1. Ninjas use a whisper voice
2. Ninjas clean up after themselves and others
3. Ninjas Read, take care of books, and return books on time
4. Ninjas use their shelf marker correctly
Our Union Ridge library catalog is fully accessible online using Destiny Discover. Create an account to keep track of what books you have out, place books on hold, write book reviews, and recommend books to your student or teachers. If you need help, contact Mrs. Roth or Mrs. Stonex.
Digital databases are primary and secondary sources that provide verified and accurate information to students. The databases listed on the Fort Vancouver Regional Library website are reliable and many have citations already made for your students. In addition, these databases are free of questionable content often found on the internet. A FVRL connect card will be needed.
Read six books in a month to earn a prize and a ninja bookmark!
YOUR LIBRARIANS LOVE TO BE CHARACTERS
Mrs. Roth as Mouse and Mrs. Stonex as Cookie
Mrs. Roth has been a teacher-librarian at both South Ridge Elementary and Union Ridge Elementary since 2014. She now is at Union Ridge all day, every day!
Her favorite children's book is Ruby Holler by Sharon Creech.
A fun fact about Mrs. Roth is she has a library in her house full of books. She is married to Ryan and they have two kids, Rylee and Josiah.
Mrs. Stonex as Fly Guy and Mrs. Roth as Pigeon
Mrs. Stonex has been a library aide at Union Ridge since 2006.
Her favorite children's book is Thank You Mr. Falker by Patricia Polacco.
A fun fact about Mrs. Stonex is she has two of the best grandbabies in the world!
IN THE NEWS
KIDS ARE AUTHORS
Students in Kindergarten are able to check out one book at a time.
Students in 1st-4th are allowed to check out two books at a time. Please note: At the beginning of the year we start out with one book, then as we learn how to use the library and how to care and return books, we bump it to two books at a time.
Books can be checked out for up to 3 weeks. Students can always come back to the library with a pass to return and check out new books during the week.
If books are overdue, notices are given to students on their library day and an email goes out on Sundays to the primary guardian and student's email. We also send out notices during grading periods. There is no charge for overdue books; however, it is necessary to pay for or replace lost and damaged books. Lost book fines may be paid online or the school office. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.