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Lafayette’s library is located off the Great Hall at the main entrance of the school. The recently renovated space provides an inviting, relaxing area for the students. Our library helps students become critical thinkers, and skillful, responsible users of information. To this end, the library provides a collection of print and electronic sources that support the curriculum and new technologies in classroom learning and research. With over 23,000 books, every student is able to find a book they really want to read, the first step to becoming a life-long avid reader.
We would also like to welcome our new librarian, Rachel Leese! Click here to read about her background and find out some interesting facts about her.
The library is open during the following hours:
In addition, students visit the library with their class every other week. When visiting with their class, the school librarian presents topics chosen to nurture the love of literature or to support research skills. The goal is to sustain each child’s excitement for books and reading, and prepare them to become independent gatherers of information and life-long readers.
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