Welcome to the Richmond LRC

 

Parent Resource for Digital Citizenship:  During your child's LRC time, we are learning about what it means to be a digital citizen.

Click on the link above for resources.  

 

Connect to Typing Club

When you finish Typing Club you can try...Typing Practice!

 

Dictionary Website

Research Search Engines

KidRex

KidsClick

FactMonster

Pictures for Research:

http://www.pics4learning.com/

http://www.photosforclass.com/

 

 

 

Purchase Books Online - All Year Long!!

Book purchases can be made online all year long and will support our school!  Go to: http://andersons.indiebound.com/ and search for books or Google e-books.  The search bar is toward the bottom on the left hand side of the webpage.  When checking out, enter "Richmond" into the coupon code and click "Apply to Order".  You will see a message indicating that "your school will receive 20% of your purchase".  Thank you for your support of our LRC and literacy!

 

 

 

Mrs. Butler - LRC Assistant

 

                           

            Mrs. Lorenz - LRC Director

   

 

Search Tools

Select Library Catalog – Richmond – and find a list of websites especially chosen for our students

For web searching -select WebPath Express for websites that can be searched by grade levels and limited advertisements

 

The purpose of the K-5 Learning Resource Center program is to:

  • provide students and staff members with quality print, electronic, and telecommunication resources
  • provide guided access and instruction in the use of these resources
  • provide support for all areas of the curriculum
  • foster a life-long love of reading and learning in all students



When students complete their K-5 education in District 303, they have:

  • been exposed to a wide variety of literature in many different formats
  • become familiar with authors, illustrators, and their works
  • learned to use an electronic card catalog to locate materials
  • used a variety of electronic information resources
  • learned to select, evaluate, interpret, record, and organize information
  • learned to present and communicate information in various formats
  • used word processing programs appropriate for their age
  • learned to use appropriate technology skills

Circulation Policy

Books and magazines may be checked out for two weeks. Students are encouraged to bring books back as soon as they are finished using them so they may exchange books if they choose.  Students and staff are not charged fines for overdue materials. Notices are sent to students who have overdue books. Students are charged the replacement cost for lost or damaged items.

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