Library Information

  

 

Discover the Magic of Reading !

Visit the Library!

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday: 8:00 - 2:45

Tues.- Fri.  8:00-3:15

Early Release: 8:00 - 11:30

Access Fisher's e-book collection and school-purchased databases from home, in the classroom or from anywhere with access to the web.

Access is also available on iPads and will soon be available on iPhones. Please see Mrs. Totin for more information.

guest log-in: guest
password: fisheres

This exciting database provides students access to animated picture books, read alongs, and full length audiobooks.

guest log-in: fisherelem
password: books

 

Visit Mrs. Totin's Web Page!

Fisher Elementary Library 
Mission Statement

The mission of the Fisher Elementary Library is to inspire students, families, and staff to become information seekers. We hope to enable students to achieve their potential by providing opportunities to read for information and pleasure and engage in inquiry based research utilizing online resources.

Scholastic Book Fair Information
Use our Library Databases & Resources

 

Fisher Library Circulation Policy
Our Kindergarten and first grade students may check out one book for two weeks. Beginning with the second semester, first grade students will be able to check out 2 books each. Students in second, third, fourth and fifth grade may check out two books every two weeks.

Fisher Elementary wants to invite every Fisher parent to visit the library and check out library books. Parents are able to check out 5 books for a two week period. A valid ID or Driver's License will be needed to set up a library account.

Our collection has approximately 22,000 books. It includes a "Parent Section". We also have a special collection of books in Spanish and books that are in both English and Spanish.

Book Care and Responsibility
Students are asked to keep our brand new books clean and dry. Eating and drinking are discouraged around library books. If a library book is damaged or lost, a student will need to pay the cost of the book so we can replace it.

District Databases
See Mrs. Totin if you are interested in learning about some of the district's databases and how they support the students' education.