The Charlotte Central School Library is a place where students can think, create, share and grow. It is a physical space and a virtual space. The library program helps members of our school community access information of all kinds. The library program supports the freedom to read. Students are encouraged to locate reading materials that both guide their learning and grow their personal interests.
Students in Kindergarten - 4th grade visit the library once each week for 40 minutes. During that time, they participate in lessons that teach multiple literacy skills and have choice time to find reading material.
Students in 5th - 8th grades visit the library during collaborative times arranged by their subject area teachers and Mrs. Huestis. They participate in book groups, learn & practice research and digital citizenship skills embedded into units of study, and may visit the library any time for book exchange.
Mrs. Huestis has worked at CCS for 11 years, and she is excited every day to teach and learn with your students!