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Library books are due 2 weeks (14 days) from the date they are checked out.
If a student does not finish reading a book he/she may bring it to the library to have the loan renewed (up to 4 weeks, except current Bluebonnets which will be limited to 2 weeks).
Themaximum number of books students are limited to have checked out:
1st grade: 1 book
2nd grade: 2 books
3- 5th grade: 3 books
Overdue, Lost & Damaged Books:
Students are financially responsible for lost and damaged books*.
*Please, do NOT purchase a replacement book for the library yourself. We purchase replacements from our library vendors because they include library processing (barcoding, catalog records, mylar covers, etc.) in orders placed by the school.
Stop in the library for a great book, and read every day!
Our digital collection is always open! Visit here, and use your student ID number for username and password to check out
eBooks and audio books!
DATES TO REMEMBER
Events & Activities at San Antonio Public Libraries (SAPL)
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Tracy Brawner grew up in the Long Island coastal town of Southampton, New York. She headed south to Vanderbilt University, where she received her B.S. in Psychology and Elementary Education, and later an M.S in Linguistics and ESL from Northern Arizona University. In between the two, she flew halfway across the world to serve as a Peace Corps volunteer for over 2 years in the Republic of Kiribati, Central Pacific. Mrs Brawner is starting her 21st year of teaching (10 at Woodridge), and continues her adventures in her first year as school librarian. She is thrilled to bring her love of literature together with Future Ready library skills!
Elizabeth Flynn, Library Assistant
Elizabeth Flynn grew up in the sleepy coastal village of Morro Bay, California. It was there during the never ending months of fog that she developed an affinity for mystery novels, trains, and people watching. She honed her research and writing skills at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and received a B.A. in History. Her career adventures include managing an ice cream shop, working in a homeless shelter, and teaching elementary-level outdoor naturalist programs. The Woodridge library has brought her love of kids, books, and organization together. Her ultimate goal is to be a detective.