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Eckstein Library

Welcome to the Eckstein Middle School Library! 
Happy Summer! 

While Ms. Sterling won't be around the physical library, here are some ways you can get reading recommendations, read eBooks, find out about events happening around the city, see photos of her dog Huxley, learn about technology tools, and more! 


Happy summer and keep learning!

Ms. Sterling





Check out previous newletters here

Got a book to suggest for the Eckstein library? Fill out this form here!

Looking for what books we have in our library? Click on Library Catalog in the upper right blue box. 

Looking for our databases, such as CultureGrams, WorldBook Encyclopedia online, Novelist, or others? Click on Online Student Resources in the upper right blue box!  

Looking for student files, book reviews and online resources recommended by Mrs. Sterling, the librarian? Click on Library Fusion Page in the upper right blue box.

Looking for interesting sites? Check out the links to the right!

Check out our Eckstein Library Facebook page for upcoming events, book reviews, interesting articles, and more!  
Find us on Facebook!  


Eagles Read 2013-2014 __________________________________

Eagles Read is the school-wide, year-long reading promotion of fifty titles published in the last year. Books are chosen to appeal to the wide variety of readers at Eckstein. The goal is for every student and staff member to read at least one book off the list. Check out the list here! 
  • Once you have read an Eagles Read book, fill out this entry form to be entered into the monthly and quarterly drawings. 
  • Check out the 14-15 Eagles Read books here! The top 5 books chosen by Eckstein students that are on next year's list are: Divergent by Veronica Roth, Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card, The Selection by Kiera Cass, Paper Towns by John Green, and I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore.

Volunteer Opportunities


The Eckstein library loves volunteers! If you'd like to volunteer in the Eckstein Library, please contact LauraLeigh Young or Erin Sterling. Possible opportunities include: 

  • Book Fairs
  • Book Processing
  • Circulation
  • Shelving
  • Lunchtime greeter & mingler!
  • Share a skill or talent
  • Lunchtime assistance (10:20-11:45)
  • Bulletin Boards/Displays

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. 

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

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

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