Welcome to the Ike Library, where students are encouraged to think, create, share, and grow. Each day, you can find us thinking critically, using technology, conducting inquiry projects, enjoying literature, making creative products, collaborating with one another, and sharing what we learn.
As we are nearing the close of the 2017-2018 school year, here are a few of the awesome things that have been happening in the library this year:
In November we hosted Sequoyah-nominated author Lois Ruby.  It was fabulous and Lois and her husband were so impressed with our library program, our teachers, and our enthusiastic students.
In December, we moved into our fabulous, HUGE library space.  We have so much space and technology now! 
In February, we had our super hero-themed family literacy night.  It was so much fun that even Wonder Woman and Spider-man stopped by!
In March, we were given two Norman Public Schools Foundation grants, totaling $2000! Mrs. Kreft used those grants to buy graphic novels and also and entire classroom set of Ozobots. We also hosted a school-wide author visit with local author Tammi Sauer.  She was our first author to visit our new library, but definitely not the last!
We have also been developing our Guided Inquiry skills (NPS's research method), building some amazing creations, and reading, reading, reading.  Thank you for all of your support.  We are loving our Ike library program!  Be sure and follow all of our fun and learning on Instagram @ikelibrarynorman.

  • Students will never be denied access to books or information for any reason.
  • Students are encouraged to independently locate, select, and check out materials.
  • Students will participate in lessons that help them grow into lifelong learners.
  • Students SHINE in the library by being respectful of others, responsible with library materials, and in control of their bodies and voices

NPS Library Program Mission: 

The mission of the Norman Public Schools Library Program is to create lifelong readers who are effective and efficient consumers of information and knowledge.
To accomplish this mission:
  • Librarians work cooperatively with teachers and others to integrate information skills with classroom content.
  • Library programs provide intellectual and physical access to materials in a variety of formats.
  • A partnership is essential to the success of this mission. It requires the active involvement and support of the administration, teachers, and school community.