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Bridge School Library  
Bridge School Library serves 590 students from Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. It is home to nearly 20,000 books, educational videos, periodicals, and reference materials. The library computers provide students access to the online library catalog, encyclopedias, periodical databases, and age-appropriate web sites. 
The goals of the Bridge School Library are to foster the love of reading, teach information literacy skills, enhance classroom curriculum instruction, and provide a wide range of quality children's literature.  
 Lynnette Allen, Librarian
 781 861-2510


  •  The Book Fair is coming April 13-17! Watch for more information.
    Bookmark Contest  Congratulations Till! The awards ceremony was held at the MA State House on April 1. All Bridge winning bookmarks can be seen here.
    Awards ceremony at MA State House  
    What are we learning in library?
    5th graders are learning skills to help them determine the validity and reliability of websites.
    4th graders are becoming familiar with the Dewey Decimal system so they understand how libraries are organized.
    3rd graders are reading some of the most popular Greek myths.
    2nd graders are learning how to use the online library catalog.
    1st graders have been studying circle stories
    K has been comparing versions of Goldilocks and the 3 Bears.
    Visit the About the Library page for more information about how the library operates.
    Looking for ideas for books for your children to read? Check out the lists on the Summer Reading page.
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