The library curriculum is one of the chief support programs for the school curriculum. In the primary grades, emphasis is placed on developing a familiarity with the areas of the library, procedures for borrowing and returning books, and, most importantly, a love for books and literature. In the upper grades, students learn and utilize research techniques as a part of the library experience. A deeper understanding of the various fiction genres and types of non-fiction literature is developed. Students visit the library as a wonderful resource and a place to explore literature.
The Rosen Library
The Rosen library provides a welcoming vibrant learning space for our community. The Day School has a robust library collection and is continuously increasing the collection with the newest titles to support curriculum units and for pleasure reading. The library is accredited at the advanced level by the Association of Jewish Libraries. The catalog is available online on the library's website.
The Day School library sponsors nationally renowned and award winning author visits to introduce all Day School students to the world of literature. Authors are chosen to emphasize multiple genres and appeal to the varied readers in the school. Past authors have included Betty Birney, Patricia Polacco, Brian Hastings, and Cornelia Funke.
The Birthday Book and Teacher Appreciation Gift Program honors a special person with a gift of learning. By making a contribution to the Book Gift Program, a special name plate will be included in the book. Click here to honor your child's birthday and donate a book to our library.
The Day School sponsors three book fairs a year. This is an opportunity for students to purchase books for reading pleasure. The librarians are available to help students select books at their reading level. All proceeds benefit the Rosen library acquisition fund.
The Rosen library provides a continually growing collection of fiction and nonfiction ebooks for k-6 students enrolled in the Day School.