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It is almost time to return all of the Open Classroom Library books and laptops.
A child is upside down looking under the bed for those lost books.
Don't worry about what the kids will read over summer break because so many different programs, challenges, and lists are available to keep everyone motivated. I will add more as I find them. Check back throughout the summer!
A red book with the Pizza Hut logo and Book It!
Do you remember the satisfying taste of that tiny, well-earned Book It! pizza?
You can share that joy with your children through the Pizza Hut Camp Book-It program.
Our very own Salt Lake City and County Public Libraries have programs of all flavors- summer reading incentives, free snacks, RPG groups, maker spaces, book lists, art programs,  and more for all ages.
After you sign up for those, go here, and enter to win one of several $1,000 My529 scholarships.
A building with a blue flag, orange Ferris wheel, brown cow and chicken representing the Utah State Fair.
Utah State Fair- read for passes, drinks & other prizes.


Visit libraries outside of your neighborhood!


Find Little Free Libraries near and far! 
Local bookstores with summer programming-
King's English (fee based)
Children's Book Publisher Challenges!

Author/illustrator activities-

Jarrett Lerner Creator Club





Welcome to the Open Classroom Library!

School library desk made of Legos. Includes penguin mascot, Book Monster, swivel check out computer, & book samples.

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Monday - Thursday 9:30-3:30

Friday 9:30-1:00


Alternating Mondays 3:10-4:10 for faculty meetings

Thursday 3:10-4:00 for Math Tutoring & the 2nd Tuesday of each month 6:30-8:30 pm for Steering

2nd Wednesday 9-9:30 AM for Prospective Parent tours. Information nights are held in the library throughout the year. See calendar for dates and times.

M-Th 4:45-5:15 for our After Care Program

For more information contact me at:  

Borrowing Policy-

Parents are welcome to check out books and other materials. We have a fantastic Parent Resource selection!

Kindergarten students are allowed to check out 1-3 books at a time.

1st-4th grade students are allowed as many as 5 books at a time.

5th-8th are allowed up to 6 each.

We do not charge fines for late books but ask that you return them as soon as possible so that others may enjoy them.

After 2 weeks overdue notices are sent automatically.

Returned books should be fed to Cosmo, our Book Monster. 

Our new Book Monster in black, yellow, white and purple.

Lost or Damaged Book?Some options:

*Replace with a copy of the missing title, in new or good condition

*Give replacement funds to Nicole in the office

*Donate another children's book title, in good condition, to the library

*Inform library staff of replacement option so that accounts can be updated


Building Together

Three students setting up dominos on a library table.

In Our Library

Students participating in book musical chairs in the library.
Pink and blue bubbles with the words Open Minds at the Open classroom in white over the top

Open Minds at the Open Classroom Mural in our school library

Child with Book
Library shelves and stuffies.
Girl standing on a crescent moon in the night sky, playing a harp making stars.
Students posing for a picture onthe library steps.

Book Reviews

More Resources-


A brown clipboard with a partially finished check list.




White letters on a red background. Text- Storyline Online


Colorful stars shooting across a black space.


Rainbow book covers spelling out Book Clubs.


Utah's Online Library Logo


A light blue robot rocketing into space. Text says Sora, Open a World of Reading.



The words Brain Pop over a blue oval.



QR code for the OC Library Instagram account - @openclassroomlibrary


Our Objective: 

“To learn literacy and research skills and explore the world together, as a community.”

To accomplish this we must-

1- Keep the library space and its users safe.

2- Provide a wide variety of quality, up to date, and age appropriate research materials.

3- Provide a diverse selection of fiction materials so that every child can find themselves, their families,

  and their peers represented in ways that are both positive & realistic.

4- Provide materials that encourage more reading and more research as well as creativity, responsibility, and independence.

5- Provide opportunities for guided technological exploration and skill building.

6- Schedule time for every class to use the library resources on a regular basis.