Ray Miller Library
The Ray Miller Elementary Library strives to be a welcoming place for students to come before and during school to look at, read and check out books or to work on homework in a quiet environment. During regularly scheduled library classes, students learn to use the resources and materials available in the library, as well as participate in various activities and lessons related to books, reading, information literacy, and the RME curriculum.
The Ray Miller Elementary Library is open for students before school beginning at 7:40 a.m.
Rules and Procedures
- Use quiet voices
- Take good care of library materials
- Display appropriate behavior
- Demonstrate the five character traits (Kindness, Respect, Responsibility, Cooperative, and Safe)
- Students may check out two books (or one book and one magazine)
- The check out period for books is two weeks
- The check out period for magazines is one week
Golden Shelf Elf Award
Every week, one class at each grade level is chosen as the recipient of the "Golden Shelf Elf Award". This award is given to the class that does the best job of following the library rules and procedures and showing the five character traits (Kindness, Respect, Responsibility, Cooperative, and Safe). Recipients of the "Golden Shelf Elf Award" are announced over the loudspeaker on Friday afternoon and get to keep the shelf elf in their classroom for the following week. The class at each grade level that earns the "Golden Shelf Elf Award" the most times over the course of the school year will have an ice cream party at the end of the school year.
Helpful Library Links
For more information contact:
Library Media Specialist