Library Media Program

Mission Statement

The mission of the elementary school library media center is to provide students with the skills to become competent seekers of information. In addition, the library's collection is intended to both support the district curriculum and offer students recreational reading materials.

Library Curriculum

The curriculum of the library media classes emphasizes literature appreciation, technology integration and information literacy. Library media activities are closely tied to the NETS Standards.

Library Policies

Book Check Out
Students may check out the following number of books each week:
EC-2 = 1 book
Grades 3-5 = 2 books
All books are due the following library class. At this time, students may choose to renew the book(s) for one additional week or choose a new book(s). Students will not be permitted to check out new books until prior books have been returned.

Overdue Books
Students will be notified of overdue books in the following ways:

  • Verbal reminder during library class
  • First written reminder will be given after approximately one week
  • Second written reminder will be given to student after approximately two weeks
  • Third written notice will be mailed home to parents after approximately three weeks


The library does not charge fines for overdue books. However, we will request reimbursement for lost or damaged materials to cover the cost of replacement.

Information Technology Vision

(School District of Grafton Information Technology Literacy Plan) PDF file

The School District of Grafton vision for the future of information and technology is to give students the ability to use the technology as a tool for improving learning and creativity so that they may be able to live and work in a global society. The district will also utilize information technology resources as a tool for staff to enhance instruction and assessment, as a support for the educational process, and as a resource for the Grafton community.