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Our school Library is a key place to develop inquiry & research skills, critical thinking, information literacy skills, and a positive attitude toward reading.  Our library promotes the development of information literacy skills needed for living in the 21st century.  
 
Our Mission Statement
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The mission of the Stephen Lewis Library Learning Commons is to support curriculum in conjunction with teaching staff, and to assist students to develop cross-curricular information literacy skills.  Our focus is to inspire a love of learning that will foster the development of higher level thinking skills and contribute to the formation of life-long learners in our school community.  We strive to develop a collection of resources that promotes and supports student success while at the same time reflecting their interests and needs.

 
​We strive to meet this mandate by creating a dynamic teaching and learning environment. The Stephen Lewis Library Learning Commons works in partnership with teachers, students and community members.  We focus on the co-creation of learning opportunities that are authentic, experiential, flexible and personalized to support student success and well being.
 
 
Your Library Staff
 
Ms. Marinelli Department Head of Library, Teacher-Librarian Period 1, 2, 4
 
Mr. Cooper (English/Library) Period 3  ​ Mr. Cochrane (Physical Education/Library) Period 5   
 
Ms. Atkins, Library Technician
 
Loans
 
Fiction (4 books) -- 2 week loan period
Non-Fiction (2 books) -- 2 week loan period
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Alternative formats of text can be made available upon request.
 
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