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G. T. Lindon Elementary School

Library

 

"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go." Dr. Seuss

Librarian: Courtney Vidallier (cbvidallier@lpssonline.com)
Clerk: Christi Creighton (
clcreighton@lpssonline.com)

Library Hours: 7:25-3:05

Helpful Websites:
World Book Online http://worldbookonline.com
Library Catalog (Destiny OPAC) http://destiny.lpssonline.com/common/welcome.jsp?site=122
Click link to access AR: Renaissance Place

Public Library Resource Guide

This resource guide is meant to serve an an introduction to our digital and physical resources available to you. As a service to you, the Lafayette Public Library subscribes to a large selection of online databases that contain information on a wide variety of subjects.

You will gain access to online learning, homework help, magazine articles, newspaper articles (including The Acadiana Advocate), test-taking practice and tips, career and job-seeking resources, health information, business information, a language-learning tool, automotive repair help, genealogy resources, and more at lafayettepubliclibrary.org.

book library
 

Tumble books are animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they’ll love. Click here to access.
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STAR

STAR Reading scores represent how students performed on this test compared to a nationally representative sample of students. These scores present a "snapshot" of achievement at a specific point in time. It is important to remember that many factors can affect a student's test scores. STAR test scores give only one picture of how a student is doing in school.

AR

  • The Accelerated Reader program allows students to answer questions on a recently read book whose level is based on his/her STAR score.
  • The AR program is built on the premise that practice strengthens performance.
  • Students must read and test on books that are on their individual reading level and score 85 percent or better to earn points.
  • Like riding a bike or tying shoes, reading is a skill that gets easier with practice!
  • Have your child read on their own for about 10-20 minutes each day.

Explore Magazines

Magazines are available for every age - and they're a great way to encourage regular reading. When you visit the public library, have each family member choose a magazine, and then sit and read together. A younger reader might enjoy Ranger Rick Jr. or Ladybug, while an older child could try Appleseeds or National Geographic Kids.

Upcoming Events

OCT
2

Custodians' Day

All Day Event

OCT
10

School Lunch Week

All Day Event

OCT
12

1st Nine Weeks Ends

All Day Event

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