Welcome to North Library





 

April is School Library Month! Your school librarians, along with the American Association of School Librarians' celebrate this month by hosting the Sachem Public Library Makerspace, "The Studio." This activity will help North HS and the local community celebrate the essential role that strong school library programs play in transforming learning. We invite students, faculty and staff to join us on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, April 18-20th in the library to see the wonderful resources the public library is sharing with us. 




HOUR OF CODE

The 'Hour of Code™' is a nationwide initiative by Computer Science Education Week and Code.org to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming.

Our mission, as NYS Certified School Librarians, is to ensure students learn skills to inquire and wonder, think critically, develop inferences, draw conclusions, as well as create and share new knowledge. 

At North Library, school librarians foster lifelong learning in students. We teach information and literacy skills, brainstorm reading and research learning adventures and integrate current technology to enhance learning.  

With a focus on inquiry-based learning, school librarians collaborate with teachers to engage students in their own learning. An inquiry-based
curriculum is essential for deep learning and higher level thought.  

We maintain a current collection of resource materials in print and digital formats and guide learners through the Virtual Reference Collection (VRC). The VRC contains different databases, which are credible, reliable and valid resources for inquiry across all subject areas. At North Library, students engage with information, collaborate with others, solve real problems and build new knowledge.

Sachem North Library has extended hours, before and after school.

Librarian's: Ms. Haussner and Ms. Berthold

   
            


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