The LTPSS library encompasses half of our third floor. The space is airy, colorful, and full of areas for students and staff to read, write and create. The library collection contains around 25,000 books in Chinese and English. Students are provided instruction on how to locate items in the library and are welcome to visit with their class, during recesses, and after school on regular schedules.
Reading Promotion Events
The library is a place of inquiry and discovery. Students have opportunities to create with authors in various workshops virtually and in person. The school librarian introduces new books, topics, and genres with a variety of activities and talks. The library aims to promote a culture of reading and does so with many reading and reading-related activities throughout the academic year.
Students using search limiters and keywords for internet research.
Students speaking with poet Cheryl Moskowitz in a virtual workshop.
Students reacting to scary stories read aloud.
Students browsing books in a book tasting.
Author Richard Beesly conducting a writing workshop on idea generating.
Students using how-to books (cooking, crafting, science experiments) to better understand instructional writing.