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Library Mission Statement

The Dr. George Washington Carver Elementary library program aligns with the school community in

  • Developing the literacy, research, critical thinking, and technology skills that equip our students to be 21st-century learners and thoughtful, productive members of a diverse society
  • Encouraging the joy and value of reading to develop lifelong readers




Welcome to the George Washington Carver School Library

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Students & staff can use our cool research and reading databases anytime. Resources include reading books online with TumbleBook and researching facts from video, print, and picture sources with Encyclopedia Britannica School Online. Use your Google Account to access all of the amazing databases from home!  

Did you know?

 Today’s school libraries are more than places to check out books. In the Carver Library, students learn technology, research, and other library skills to support academic success. 

When does my child visit the library?

  • Classes visit once weekly for a library skills lesson/activity and book check out. Individual students or groups may visit the library at other times with permission from Ms. Angela and the classroom teacher. 

What does my child do in the library?

Depending on your child’s grade level, he/she learns information literacy skills such as:

  • Research Skills Using Print & Electronic Resources
  •  How to select books for leisure and academics
  • Organization & Use of the Library (e.g., sections of the library, call numbers, Dewey Decimal)
  • Use of the online library resources/databases  
  • The different genres of literature (e.g. different types of fiction and nonfiction)
  • Internet Safety & Etiquette   



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Library Info

Who is your teacher librarian? 

Hello Carver Families and Staff, I'm Ms. Angela. This is my 20th year as an educator, and I'm very excited to be a part of the Carver Village. I truly enjoy working with the school community to support student learning. As a teacher librarian, I seek to create a program that supports a love of reading and the use of technology to promote information literacy skills in a 21st century educational environment. I invite you to email or phone me with questions or feedback. I look forward to a successful school year!       


Contact Information: 

Angela Boland, Teacher Librarian

phone: (415) 330-1540 

Library Hours:

8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Monday,Tuesday, Friday

 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Thursday




Staff and students,                                                     
Do you have a question about the library? Questions come up every day about library books, how to find information, how to use our research tools, and many other topics. I'm here to answer your questions and help you find the information that you need. You can ask me in person or click this link and fill out the form. I'll respond within 1 school day. 

Ms. Angela  





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