Library Media Center

library tables, computers, books

Library Media Center

Queen of the Rosary is proud of our Library Media Center (LMC) which has combined the existing library and the old computer lab. Our LMC  serves students from all grades and provides opportunities for them to check out books, do research, participate in STEM and center activities. Digital Citizenship is taught in the classrooms and reinforced in the LMC through Commonsense Media lessons.

The LMC has a combination of desktops, laptops, Chromebooks and iPads for teaching and learning. Our flexible seating allows for whole group, small group and choice in seating. Our new tables are on wheels and flip for storage so we will have more floor space. The interactive whiteboard allows both teachers and students to project lessons.

Many older books have been weeded from the library to make room for new books that have been purchased from our Scholastic Book Fair funds and donations. Our collection includes Fiction, Non-Fiction, Biography, Religion, Poetry, Picture Books, Reference Books and Graphic Novels. Students have access to E-books and databases through online subscriptions.

Our student Library Crew has been instrumental in providing feedback regarding the LMC, processing new books, straightening and labeling shelves and giving suggestions for activities and new books.

Students may participate in a variety of activities including but not limited to:

STEM Activities

Virtual Author Visits from Storyvoice by Scholastic  and author websites

Read Alouds

Novel Effect that adds sound effects and music to picture books as they are read aloud

Centers which include games, mural art, coloring, origami, chess/checkers, puzzles, and making bookmarks 

Interactive Displays highlighting new books or themes

Student Book Reviews

Book Talks 

"Would You Rather Read" station -  to highlight genres, books in a series and expose students to a variety of books

Scavenger Hunts

Browsing Book Bins

students doing research

girls at white board

Pre K Reading