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Library Media Centers


    The district's Library Media 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. The school 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.

    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

    North Merrick Reads Together!


    Prologue and Chapter 1 - Read by Dr. Talbot

    Chapter 2 Read by Mrs. Birofka


    Chapter 3 Read by Dr. Bromberg

    Chapter 4 Read by Ms. Guidice


    Chapter 5 Read by Ms. Luchsinger


    Chapter 6 Read by Ms. Rolston

    Chapter 7 Read by Ms. Karfinkel

    Chapter 9 Read by Dr. Talbot

    Chapter 10 Read by Ms. DeLuca

    Chapter 11 Read by Mrs. Constantino


    Chapter 12 Read by Ms. Birofka


    Chapter 13 Read by Ms. Rolston

    Chapter 14 Read by Dr. Talbot

    Christine Talbot
    Supervisor of Instructional Technology, Library Media, and Data Reporting

    Joanne Constantino
    Library Media Lead Teacher

    Caitlin Rolston, Library Media TA

    Camp Avenue School Library:

    Harold D. Fayette School Library:

    Old Mill Road School Library: