The Sequoyah Library/Media Center serves all students in grades K-4 each week. The purpose of the library/media center is to promote the enjoyment of reading while teaching literacy skills needed by students to become successful readers. Students are introduced to award winning literature over multiple genres.
The library/media center is also responsible for teaching students how to become independent users of information systems through the use of various forms of technology. Students participate in a wide range of grade level appropriate lessons and activities each week.
Students also participate and complete lessons using the Big 6 and Super 3 Research Models. Students in grades K-2 also receive weekly gifted and talented enrichment lessons, which are interwoven into the library curriculum.
The library/media center maintains a collection of approximately 23,000 books and materials for student and faculty use, including approximately 200 eBook titles, which can be accessed through through Destiny or Capstone Interactive.
Capstone Interactive, which can be accessed at mycapstonelibrary.com, allows students to have access to a library of eBooks. These books can not only be accessed by students and family from the site listed above, but can be found by using the Capstone app.
Sequoyah's Book Fair has made the Scholastic national website. It was featured in three different areas! Check out the following links to learn more:
- Here’s a direct link to the blog.
- It is currently featured on the Idea Share homepage as the first contribution under “Recent Posts”.
- It is on Jen Wellman's blog, who is the Idea Share Leader for Scholastic.
Capstone Interactive with a little description about our students having access to a library of ebooks that can be accessed through the Capstone Interactive app or through the website.