LRC Specialist: Mrs. Audrey Eufrasio
- Are you a parent, grandparent or community member who is able to volunteer in the LRC for 30 minutes or more each week?
- As a volunteer you would help check out books and assist students in the computer lab.
- No experience or special skills are required.
- Thank you to all our volunteers who work to help the LRC run smoothly and efficiently.
- For additional information, please call Ms. J. Wangerow at 630-51607698 or Mrs. A. Eufrasio at 630-516-7893, or email Ms. Wangerow firstname.lastname@example.org or Mrs. Eufrasio email@example.com
OUR GOAL is to
- Provide materials to promote the love of reading.
- Support the curriculum and Common Core State Standards.
- Provide resources for students and teachers in order to
- Complete assignments
- Explore ideas
- Find a wide variety of recreational reading on many levels and topics
- Have our students become
- Lovers of reading
- Independent library users
- Informed users of information
- Life-long learners
- Work closely with the classroom teachers to accommodate the needs of the students in a positive environment
- Ardmore School's Learning Resource Center is a library and computer lab. LRC materials include books, reference materials, and computers.
- Each week the students have an opportunity to check out new books if the previous week's book has been returned to the LRC. We help students select books that are interesting to them and are at their independent reading level. Throughout the year, we increase our nonfiction, fiction, and reference materials based on the needs and requests of our students and teachers. The LRC continues to grow and expand.
We have many new books in the LRC. Check them out!
THE COMPUTER LAB
- Our LRC has 39 computers. All students have regularly scheduled times to work in the computer lab each week. Kindergarten through grade five comes to the lab a minimum of once a week.
- LRC computer programs are aligned with the curriculum and meet the needs, abilities, and interests of students at each grade level. This allows students to learn technological skills and reinforces concepts being taught in the classrooms. Students use teacher approved Internet sites to research subjects.
- At each grade level, students are taught the basic technology skills that should be mastered at that grade including typing skills. These technology competencies have been established by the District 45 Technology Committee. In District 45, technology is used as a tool to enrich the teaching and learning in all curricular areas.
Feel free to stop in and visit. We are always open to suggestions!