The ECA Library Learning Center is a modern learning space. We collaborate with students and staff to encourage self-directed learning, creation of knowledge, ethical use of information, innovation, personal interests, and a sense of global connectedness.
Main Library Hours
Weekdays 7:30 – 4:30
Early Childhood Library Hours
Weekdays 8 – 9:30 am
Using the Library
The library is a resource for students to use for research, reading, and quiet study. Students may use the library with classes and individually.
Nursery through Grade 3 Students: These students must be accompanied by a parent to come to the library after school. No visits allowed on Wednesday afternoons due to teacher meetings.
Grade 4 and Grade 5 Students: For after school visits, students must bring a parent permission note to the office at the beginning of the day in order to be issued a pass to use the library after school. Otherwise they should be accompanied by a parent. No visits allowed on Wednesday afternoons due to teacher meetings.
Middle School Students may use the library before school, during lunch (with a pass), and after school. High School Students may use the library before school, during lunch, and after school. Parents are welcome to use the library during its open hours. If there is a class in the Elementary Library, parents are asked not to enter until the class is over.
Elementary students have the following borrowing privileges:
- Pre-K: 1 book for 1 week (to be kept in the classroom)
- Kindergarten: 1 book for 1 week
- 1st grade: 1 book for 1 week
- 2nd grade: 2 books for 2 weeks
- 3rd grade: 3 books for 2 weeks
- 4th grade: 4 books for 2 weeks
- 5th grade: 5 books for 2 weeks
Middle & high school students may sign out a maximum of 10 library materials. Books may be signed out for 3 weeks. Back issues of magazines may be borrowed for 1 week.
Parents may register at the library to borrow a maximum of 10 items. Books may be borrowed for 2 weeks and back issues of magazines for 1 week.
Borrower responsibilities: No fines are charged for overdue materials. However, no additional materials may be borrowed until overdue materials have been returned. Report cards are withheld from students with outstanding library obligations. Replacement charges are assessed for lost or damaged library materials.
The library has the following collections:
- circulating books, both print, ebooks and audiobooks
- magazine/periodical subscriptions
- AV materials
- Makerspace and 3D printer
- graphics (print sets, maps, posters, and vertical file materials)
- Internet access and many subscription databases
Victoria Robins – Director
Emira Vasquez -Secondary Library Assistant
Andreina Joy Perez – Elementary Library Assistant
Jan Itriago – Library Cataloger
Maikel Vega – Audio/Visual Assistant
Patty Rykowski – EC Library Teacher
Parent and student volunteers are welcome. Parents should contact the Library Director to find out about opportunities in the library. Students interested in volunteering should speak with the Library Director.