Oak Grove Library
Both our North and South Campuses feature a library for students to utilize, complete with resources to further their growth and development.
North Campus Library
If you are looking for a place to relax, receive help with homework or check out a book, you have come to the right place. High school students who are exempt from study hall will come to the library to work on their homework, talk with their friends, read or relax. If you need extra help with homework or writing a paper, I am here to help. I am always open to book suggestions you may have. Make the library your home away from home.
There are roughly 8,000 fiction and non-fiction books, a daily newspaper, and several magazine subscriptions. Students can also access ODIN (Online Dakota Information Network) and Sirs from home. ODIN and Sirs provide online database resources. To utilize this tool, follow the link and directions below.
South Campus Library
The library at the elementary school is a hub of activity. It doesn’t resemble the quiet, solemn place many adults remember from their school days. Today’s students are researching, following their passions with Genius Hour, learning basic computer programming and robotics, creating PowerPoint presentations, as well as stop motion and green screen videos. Lessons are designed to make them an independent and critical user of information either in print or in online form and a life-long reader.
Students and staff have access to over 8,000 books, several magazine subscriptions, as well as online databases of age-appropriate curated materials. Additionally, we have several computers and iPads for the students to use to search our online library catalog, research, or create their own content.
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