M e d i a Center
- Contactless and safe pickup...
- The book you request will be bagged and labeled with your name (see below for how to put a book on hold).
- You'll get an email when your book is ready for pickup.
- Visit the cart/table and pick up your book (don't touch anyone else's bag!)
- Return books to the return bin. Books will be quarantined before they circulate again.
You can request a book online for pickup.
Note: the Media Center is still physically closed to students.
The Ridgewood Public Library has curbside pickup. Click here to find out how to reserve a book online.
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Request a library card from Ridgewood Public Library.
Recommend a Book for Sora. If you are looking for an ebook title and it's not in Sora, you can recommend a title by clicking HERE.
Connect Sora to the public library 's ebook service called Libby! You'll get access to lots more ebooks. Click here to learn how.
Click here for directions on how to sign in and get started.
Summer Reading ListRidgewood Middle School students are expected to READ over the summer. Our hope and expectation is that you will read at least three books over the summer. In September, be prepared to share and reflect on your reading experiences with teachers and other students. You can read any titles that you choose, but do check out our Literary Lineup of great books. Please also keep track of your reading by listing them on the reading log at the end of the slideshow or download it here.
-from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling.
Ridgewood Public Library is now offering free virtual homework help and math tutoring on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-5 pm, with 30 minute appointments available for teens in grades 3-9 with top RHS student tutors. Go to https://www.ridgewoodlibrary.org and click on "programs and registration" to sign up.