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We'd love to have you join us!

Sixty parent volunteers help classes in the library by checking in returned books, shelving them, and checking out new books to students. Parents may sign up to help at the beginning of the school year or they may contact our Volunteer Coordinator Karen Selke at any time during the year.

There are also opportunities to help with coordinating 4th and 5th grade book clubs, periodically covering new books, acting as a book reviewer, and more. Contact Mrs. Mattern if you would like to help in any of these areas.


The PFC (Parent Faculty Club) generously gives the library a budget each year which I use to purchase new books. magazines, and DVDs.

"Bargain Book Bonanza" happens the first Tuesday of most months during the school year. Families donate used books and magazines, which our coordinators set up and sell to students during lunch time. The price? 25 cents buys a book, 10 cents a magazine! Students really look forward to this opportunity to choose new reading material and it's also an ongoing fundraiser for the library.

Pile of Pastel Books

Springhill Gift Book Program

Stack of Books Tied Up with Red Ribbon

Students and their families may choose to donate a book to our library in honor of a special person. We add a personalized bookplate and the student donating the book is given the first chance to check it out. This is a great way to honor grandparents, teachers, friends and other special people in your life. It's also a great birthday or thank you present. You contribute something special to our school and promote the enjoyment of good books at the same time!