Library


The mission of the Thurgood Marshall Library is to connect children with the books that will develop in them a passion for reading. It is also to teach students to use the library as a resource so that they will be effective users of ideas and information.

2017 Summer Reading Kick-Off Event
June 2nd 5:30-7:00 p.m.

Join us for fun, food and books  as we get ready for a summer of reading.
We are planning an evening for parents  and  primary students to learn about all the summer reading opportunities out there. Primary teachers will be available to share ideas and tips for the best ways to keep their student's reading ability growing and avoid "the summer slide." There will be a chance for students to choose some free books to use through the summer for their reading as well as sign up for other city wide activities. It should be a fun evening.


Month of May is Cyber Month

May is the month for online or Cyber Safety.  Thurgood Marshall students are starting a unit in the library regarding “Cyber Safety” and “Cyber Citizenship”.  The curriculum Cyber[Smart:] was developed in Australia for their school system; https://esafety.gov.au/education-resources/classroom-resources


 




Library Catalog
Online Student Resources

Contact Info
Librarian: Merilee Hudson
Phone: (206) 252-2775
Main Office: (206) 252-2800

Hours
9:00 am-4:00 pm

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