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    Lummi Nation School Library: where students learn through Schelangen (our way of life): academics, community and culture.

     

     

    Book Checkout – Kindergarten students may check out 2 book at a time. Students in grades 1 through 5 may check out 3 books at a time. Middle school students may check out 5 books at a time. High School students may check out as many books at a time as they would like. Students who are engaged in classroom projects, are welcome to check out additional books. All students are encouraged to return to the library as frequently as they would like, to exchange books.

    Book drop now at LNS! Overdue, lost or damaged books: above all, we want children to read and enjoy books! We also want to  promote responsibility in our students. When books are late, students will receive a reminder note. When books are lost or damaged to the point that they are no longer usable in the library, students and their families are asked to pay what they can toward replacing the book. Remember, you may USE the WCLS BOOK DROP at LNS to return books from LNS, WCLS and Bellingham Libraries!

     

    PebbleGo and PebbleGo Next are amazing  resources. They are research databases geared towards the needs of K-2 and 3-6th grade learners.  ASK  YOUR TEACHER FOR THE USERNAME & PASSWORD and check out these fun videos and games!

    Cool library games!  Practice your library skills!  Practice shelving books in the correct order! ( Mrs. Lodges Library Shelver Game -Click Here)

    Teachers, Lummi Nation School staff and our student families are welcome to check out books as well, simply stop by the library and set up an account.

    Birthday Books – Students will enjoy our newest tradition: celebrating birthdays at the LNS Library!  Students may either donate a copy of their favorite book or choose a book from the Birthday Book list and we will purchase that book using the Scholastic dollars earned from our book fair!  A plate honoring the birthday student is placed in the front of the book and will forever be a part of Lummi Nation School Library collection!  If you would like some suggestions for titles, please contact Ms. Gregory.  

     

     


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