The library opens at 7:00 every morning and will stay open after school until 3:00. On Wednesdays, the library hosts Tutoring!. You are also welcome to visit during lunch. The Non-Fiction is on the second floor while Fiction is on first. You can check out books on either level. There are also many ebooks you can check out anywhere! Ask us how.
The mission of the North Creek Library Information and Technology program is to ensure that students are effective users and producers of ideas and information. We seek to provide an environment where students and staff feel welcome and supported in their search for information.
We provide information and technology literacy instruction.
We provide reading advocacy and support.
We teach students to be safe, ethical and responsible digital citizens
I live in Shoreline where my husband and I raised our 4 sons. They are all grown up and now I have four grandchildren! Besides reading, I like to sew, surf the internet, find fun apps on my phone, and collect shoes.
One of my favorite things to do is find good books for students to read. Because I am on the Evergreen Teen Book Award Committee, I read quite a few books every year. While my favorite genre is Sci-Fi, I also read a lot of Fantasy and Realistic Fiction (i.e. teen angst). Stop by the library and let me help find a good book for you!
Over the last twenty-five years, I have taught high school English and journalism; middle school language arts/social studies, leadership, speech/debate, study skills/reading lab, and peer tutoring; elementary FSA special education; and I've served as a National Junior Honor Society Advisor, supervising teacher, and LA/SS department chair.
Last year, I pursued a long-time dream and earned my library media endorsement. Some of my favorite things include binge-reading (historical fiction and so much more), snuggling our two kitties, parks and forests, swing dancing, RAKs, singing, watching movies, homemade cookies, and relaxing with my wonderful husband (Randy, a digital arts instructor and artist/author), son (TMS sixth grader Dylan), and daughter (Tessa, a fourth grader at CLE).