Seahawk Center Library
M, T, TH and F: 7:50am-3:15pm
Lunch activities: The library is open for Makerspace games and activities during lunch unless a class is using the library. Signs will be posted to let students know that the library is closed. Students should eat lunch before coming to the library and obtain a library pass from the front office.
Seahawk Center Library’s mission is to provide a dynamic and supportive environment for students; serve the cultural, social, and community needs of students; and provide global access to informational, educational, and recreational resources.
Seahawk Center Library’s vision is to be a gateway to life-long learning and a love of reading, a trusted source of education in the community, and a beacon in the evolving world of information.
Seahawk Center Library values inclusion, teamwork, social responsibility, equity, and respect.
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The librarian and the School Committee strive to have a library collection that all students and parents consider appropriate. Nevertheless, the District recognizes the right of parents under state law and District Policy 11IR-107 Recognizing Constitutional Freedoms in Public Schools, to restrict their child’s access to materials the parent deems inappropriate. However, parents do not have the right to make that determination on behalf of other parents and students.
A parent desiring to restrict their own child’s access to specific library materials shall submit the request in writing (or via email) to the Librarian at the school their child is currently attending. If the material is a required part of classroom curriculum activities, the parent must follow the procedures for waiver contained in 11IR-107 Section 14.
It has been a fabulous year in the library so far! This month we celebrated Native American Heritage Month and Friendsgiving with new books and fun activities.