Welcome to the Library!
"Know where to find information and how to use it. That's the secret of success." - Albert Einstein
The Saint George's Library is an integral part of the educational program and serves as a vital information resource for SGES students, staff, and faculty. Students are encouraged to develop the skills necessary to locate, analyze, evaluate, interpret and communicate ideas and information.
The goals of the SGES Library & Media Center are directed toward enhancing and supporting classroom curriculum and developing informational literate students who can access and use that information in a productive and appropriate way. This goal is accomplished in four direct support activities for students:
- Learning how to read and reading appreciation
- Learning how to use computers and other media in a safe and responsible way
- Learning how to find, evaluate, and use information
- Learning how to use information to communicate
The SGES Library provides school and home access to several online educational search engines and homework resources. Please e-mail Librarian Lisa Barrett at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or suggestions!
Below are two important documents for the SGES learning community to be familiar with. The first are the Policies of the SGES Library and the second document is the Acceptable Use Policy which all students must have read and signed in order to use any computer at SGES.
- SGES Literacy Information Curriculum Standards and Scope & Sequence
- Accelerated Reader Quizzes
Help Support the SGES Library!
Help support the SGES library by donating a book through our Birthday Book Club! If you would like to honor someone special that attends SGES, or a family member for any occasion please select the link below and download the Birthday Book Club form. Once complete send it to the office and you will be invoiced for the $20.00 donation amount. Then, the week of that special event, come to chapel on Friday and see them receive their gifted book.
*Members of the American Library Association, the Association for Library Service to Children, and the American Association of School Librarians*