Gonzales Community School Library
The mission of the Gonzales Community School Library is to:
- Foster and nurture a lifelong love of READING
- Teach and reinforce LIBRARY SKILLS
- Introduce new TECHNOLOGY and demonstrate its use across the curriculum
- Develop student RESEARCH skills and resource evaluation
What Happens in the GCS Library?
Students in grades K-5 visit the library weekly as a part of their "Specials" rotations. Each week they have a lesson related to Library Skills, Reading, Research or Technology, return and check-out library books, and participate in library centers. Students in grades 6-8 may visit the library as needed to check out books for reading or research assignments. In addition, Ms. McCabe teaches a daily middle-school elective for 7-8 graders which covers basic computer applications and research skills.
Contact the Gonzales School Library!
For more information about library programs and collections contact:
Kelly McCabe, Teacher-Librarian
Twitter handle: Ms. McCabe @ lobolibrary
Gonzales Library Catalog
Wondering if our library has a book you need? You can search the Gonzales Library collection from home or school. Go to the link below and select Gonzales Community School to search for books. You can filter your searches by reading level, number of pages, and date of publication. Can't remember how to do that? Come see Ms. McCabe!
Reading Without Walls Quarterly Challenge
Read a book about a CHARACTER who doesn’t look like you or live like you. Participating students are entered to win prizes from Mrs. McCabe each quarter.