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Library & Digital Literacy

2 lower school girls looking at books in the library

The St. Anne School Library serves our youngest Knights in the Early Child Development Center through our Middle School. Through a diverse collection of print materials, quality online content, and engaging programming, the Library encourages students to discover and explore. The Library endeavors to cultivate an enjoyment for independent reading and support research and study needs for every student.

Our students are growing up in an ever-changing digital world. St. Anne students in grades 3 through 5 learn skills to help them navigate and understand the digital world. They’ll learn how to be safe and responsible online, think critically, and make informed choices about projects they’ve recreated, and communicate and treat others in a digital world.  In addition, the students will learn keyboard skills and typing. 


"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” - Dr. Seuss

A lower school boy and girl sitting in camping chairs reading books in the library
2 lower school girls looking at books in the library
2 lower school boys looking at books in the library
A bulletin board in the library saying camp out with a great book
A sign reading St. Anne National Park
library shelves
Librarian readying to young students
A male author signing books for students
Teddy Bears on a shelf in the library
A library shelf
Librarian reading to 3rd graders

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Two 1st grade girls reading books in the library