Wasco Learning Resource Center

Meeting the Information Needs of Students and Staff
Through Literacy and Technology

Mrs. Bradley- LRC Director
Mrs. Furlong - LRC Director
Mrs. Rosenbaum- LRC Assistant

The LRC Directors plans technology and information literacy lessons in conjunction with the teachers to ensure that LRC time is aligned with the curriculum at each grade level.  Below are some skills covered at each grade level.

Library Information

Library Schedule
The library schedule at Wasco is designed to be open and flexible.  Grades K-4 have a set weekly time for computers and book checkout.  All grades have the option of visiting the library during our fleixble lab times with their classroom teacher. In addition to their weekly class time, students are welcome to the LRC daily to exchange books and browse. Likewise, teachers may bring their entire class to the LRC to use the resources we have available, whenever it fits into their classroom curriculum.

Checking out Books
Kindergarten students may checkoiut 1 book at a time. Students in grades 1-5 may check out up to 2 items- books, Play-a-ways or magazines. All library items (books and magazines) are checked out for two weeks. Students may renew a book, but they must bring the item to the LRC to be renewed. Notices are sent home as a reminder to return any books that are overdue. We do not charge overdue fees.

Lost Book/ Damaged Book Policy
If your child loses a book, he or she needs to notify the LRC staff so we can generate a replacement copt bill to send home. If you find a lost book that was paid for, the LRC will issue a refund if the book is returned during the current school year.  Damaged books would also generate a replacement cost bill and the student may then keep the damaged copy.

The Mission of the LRC
The LRC is an essential component of the educational program at Wasco School helping to create a foundation for lifelong learning. It is our mission to:

  • assist students and teachers to be effective locators, users and evaluators of ideas and information.
  • to foster a love of reading and learning in all students.
  • to provide support to all areas of curriculum.
  • to provide guided access and instruction in the use of LRC resources in all formats.


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