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7th Grade Social Studies! Submit your Washington State video here.


Eckstein Book Fair is next week, Wednesday 5/24 - 5/26 before school, during lunch, and after school, as well as during Science Night. Got any requests of books you'd like to purchase? Fill out this form here!

Book Fair Request Form


Reading Inventory Online Test
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2016-2017 Eagles Read books and entry form!

Every year, 50 Eagles Read books are selected to appeal to the wide range of reading abilities and interests at Eckstein Middle School. All students are encouraged to read at least one book from the list and fill out this entry form to earn prizes throughout the year!

Looking for a good book at Eckstein?

Go to the Library Catalog!

Try these sites to get reading suggestions:

Your Next 5 Books
Read if You Like
What Should I Read?
Guys Read
Teen Reads
Good Reads

Looking for databases? (CultureGrams, WorldBook, Novelist, etc.)

Online Student Resources

Note: You need a username and PW to access these from home. On the Schoology library page, find the username and password or talk to Ms. Sterling!

Looking for Schoology?

Go to the Schoology log-in and sign-in.


Note: Schoology is the new tool that will allow students to save files, post discussions, contact teachers, upload links for classes and is accessible anywhere there's internet! The Eckstein Library's Schoology page has book trailers, podcasts/videos, and interesting links.

Looking for eBooks?

(sign-in with your username and password!)


Looking to suggest a book for the Eckstein library?

Fill out this form here!

New Book Suggestions

Research Links

For Teachers

Want to reserve laptop carts, computer labs, or iPads? Find out what's available at the Tech Calendar here!


Librarian Erin Sterling

Contact Info
Librarian: Erin Sterling
Phone: 206-252-5078
Main Office: 206-252-5010

Hours: 7:20 a.m. to 2:50 p.m.

Purpose Statement
The Eckstein library‘s mission is to create a sophisticated 21st century learning environment that offers a full range of print and electronic resources that provide equal learning opportunities to all students. The library is a place of opportunity that offers students access to a collection of classic and contemporary print and electronic resources, as well as the chance to explore technology that they can integrate into their learning.

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