Library

ABOUT OUR LIBRARY

 

Our library provides students with a wide array of fiction and nonfiction books available for students to browse and checkout. Our collection supports the elementary curriculum while providing students with age-appropriate and entertaining materials to encourage a love of reading.


Each class visits our library every other week for thirty minutes to explore and enjoy literature, learn library and information skills and to check out books. TK-2nd graders can bring home one book each visit. 3rd-5th graders can bring home two books.

 

Cindi Hsue
Library Media Coordinator
Bella Vista Elementary

chsue@srvusd.net

OUR ONLINE LIBRARY CATALOG


Browse the Bella Vista Library Catalog online

 

If you want to search for materials in the library, click on the link to the catalog above.

 

Fourth and Fifth graders may place a hold on a book. Holds may only be placed online and for books currently checked out from our library. To log in, use your 6 digit student ID as your user name, and your birthdate as your password in the following format: MM/DD/YYYY.


The Bella Vista Book Fair will be held from Oct 9-12.  We need YOU to make our book fair a success! Assistance needed with setting up and/or breaking down the fair. During the fair volunteers assist children, work the registers, restock inventory.

 

Please sign up here to volunteer: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090a4eaaa622a2ff2-bella1

Library Volunteers Needed

The library cannot function and serve our students well without the time and talents of our library helpers.  Please consider becoming one of our wonderful volunteers who help with the general "housekeeping" of our library.

 

If you would like to help out at the library, please let your student's teacher know. Volunteers should come 10 minutes prior to your student's library time. Or if you would like to come at a time that is more convenient to you, please email chsue@srvusd.net. No prior experience necessary!



 

Summer Reading Logs Winners

Our Summer Reading Winners:

Zoe K (1st grade)

Sloane S (2nd grade)

Olivia L (3rd grade)

Junior J (4th grade)

Lauren J (5th grade)

 

We hope reading was a big part of your summer fun!

Thank you for participating in the summer reading program. Keep on reading!

Just In: Hundreds of NEW Books!


 

Thank you for supporting all of our library fundraising efforts: Adopt-a-Book, Menchie's Frozen Yogurt & Scholastic Book Fairs. Your generous purchases and donations have allowed our library to expand our shelves with hundreds of new books. Your contributions also help foster our young readers' love of reading by updating our collection with titles our students have been clamoring for.

A SWEET DEAL!

Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt

EVERY WEDNESDAY

after school beginning August 15

$3 – cash only

 

Every purchase benefits

the Bella Vista Library!

TumbleBook of the Day


Read a new ebook online every day!
Happy Tumbling!

MORE WAYS YOU CAN HELP OUR LIBRARY:

We Need EMPTY tissue boxes

Thank you to Mrs. Piptone's class for providing the most empty tissue boxes in our September contest. I still need MORE empty tissue boxes. Any size. Please continue to save your boxes for the library.

BOOK & STUFFED ANIMAL DONATIONS

Have gently used books that your child has outgrown? Bella Vista Library would love to have them! Both hardcover books and popular series paperback books in excellent condition would be greatly appreciated.

 

We are also looking to make our library a more inviting space. If you have stuffed animals in good clean condition, please consider donating them to the library. They would make a great addition to our space.

The Book Fair is coming!

The Enchanted Forest themed Scholastic Book Fair is coming October 8-12th. We need parent help to make this library fundraiser a success. Please stay tuned for more details or contact chsue@srvusd.net for more details.

Non-Discrimination Statement

San Ramon Valley Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

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