North Merrick School Library Media Centers

  • World Read Aloud Day

    North Merrick students were so enthusiastic about World Read Aloud Day that they celebrated in their school library over the course of a week! Click here to see our students as they enjoy listening to books read by guest readers!

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  • Curriculum Corner

    The first issue of Curriculum Corner delves into the inquiry process and features the district's library media centers. Take a look!


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  • . The district library program provides students with the space where curiosity is piqued, questions are posed and answered, topics are investigated, research skills are developed, literature is read and appreciated, literary tastes are developed, and independent learning and critical thinking is promoted. District libraries offer print and non-print resources in varied formats. Students gain exposure to a full range of genres, including poetry, folktales, biography, historical fiction, fantasy, and realistic fiction, as well as non-fiction titles that address a full spectrum of interests on topics from all major subject areas. Each library functions as the information center of the school.

    Check out the school library webpages by clicking on the links below:

    Camp Avenue School Library

    H. D. Fayette School Library

    Old Mill Road School Library

    Visit the Research Framework link to see information about the launching of a K-6 research initiative! 




     "Let books be ambassadors that introduce our students to the world they live in."
                                        --Gene Luen Yang

  • Christine Talbot
    Technology and Library Media Coordinator

    Camp Avenue School Library:

    Harold D. Fayette School Library:

    Old Mill Road School Library: