• Policies & Procedures

    Byrd has an open library policy.  Students are welcome to come to the library from 7am to 3pm each day.  Email or Facebook message anytime. The media specialist is here to help with technology, reading, and homework.  

    The library is open for technology help from 7am to 7:30am.   

    Kindergartners are allowed one book per week.  First grade to 5th grade are allowed two books per week. Students visit the library for 50 minutes classes once or twice a week for an instructional session, followed by check-out.   Students are allowed to come to the media center with teacher's permission whenever they need new books.

    Books are due back in one week, but can be renewed for additional weeks. The media center has 10 computers with internet access & Office programs for research and classroom-related activities. I welcome and enjoy collaborating with classes, so please contact the librarian. 



    To search our library online click Follett Destiny Discover

    For a complete list of Byrd resources, click Parent/Student Resources

  • Stick Together

    StickTogether is a creative activity where students can collaborate to create color coded pictures using stickers.

    Pixel Creation Activity

  • Links for online books

    Audible Books

    Amazon is providing audiobooks for students for free. Some of your favorites for all ages are available.

    Epic Books!

    Many of your students' teachers are already using Epic in their classrooms! It's a fun way to encourage reading and stay in touch with your classroom teacher.

    Storyline Online!

    "The SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s award-winning children’s literacy website, Storyline Online, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations. Readers include Viola Davis, Chris Pine, Lily Tomlin, Kevin Costner, Annette Bening, James Earl Jones, Betty White and dozens more. Reading aloud to children has been shown to improve reading, writing and communication skills, logical thinking and concentration, and general academic aptitude, as well as inspire a lifelong love of reading." (Sourced from web)

    Open Library

    The nonprofit Internet Archive created an online library that houses more than one million books, with access to over 22,000 free online books for kids – classic and newer titles – for free. It continually updates its collection of links to children’s books online.