Anderson Mill Elementary Library

Library News

BookSpring is taking applications for home book deliveries!

Our Online Spring Scholastic Book Fair is going on NOW through May 16th!

https://www.scholastic.com/bf/armadillobookfair


  • Follow Ms Margocs' reading and library blog at More Books Than Time!

  • It's National Library Month AND National Poetry Month!

  • All books are due by May 14th. Overdue notices are being delivered to on-campus learners and emailed to remote learners. Books may be returned at any time during the school day in the green bins inside school, outside in the portable driveway, or at the office.

Learning from home? Need books? We've got you covered, 'Dillos.

Need books to read, but don't know which ones to choose? Let us choose for you!

Hours of Operation

The library generally open from 715a to 4p. At this time, we are only receiving AME staff members and scheduled classes to maintain social distancing.

Round Rock ISD has established guidelines for on-campus visits. Please refer to the following website for more information: Reimagining Education .

Students learning on campus have access to lessons and read-alouds via either in-person lessons or Meets. Access to books is assured via student checkout or classroom/ curbside delivery. All returned books are put in quarantine for a full week before being checked in and reshelved.

The mission of the Round Rock ISD Library Services Program is to collaborate with teachers and others to provide age-appropriate resources and meaningful learning experiences at point of need; to advocate reading improvement by fostering an interest in literature and reading; and to empower all students to become skillful consumers and producers of information and ideas.


The purpose of the Anderson Mill Elementary Library is to promote literacy, the joy of reading, and lifelong learning with a global perspective by providing flexible, open access to library services for our learning community. This includes instruction in the effective use of information, problem solving skills and library resources--print, non-print, and digital materials--through regularly scheduled class visits to the library, as well as times available for individual browsing and research. Parents are welcome to set up an account to check out materials.

Please visit the Round Rock ISD Library Services page for more information.