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Welcome to Saint Mary's Hall Summer Reading 2014

Welcome to Saint Mary's Hall Summer Reading 2014

In an effort to create a rich Summer Reading Program, Saint Mary's Hall Department Chairs and library staff have collaborated to create an accessible web-based resource for students and parents. Students participating in the 2014 Summer Reading have access to all of the 21st Century reading and research tools they need to complete their summer assignments. Tabbed searching provides SMH students and their parents with access to any grade level summer assignment (Forms 1-12).

To make completing the summer assignment easier, writing tools such as Webster's Online Dictionary, the Visual Thesaurus, the SMH library catalog, and all of the library's subscription databases are easily accessible from this page


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Our Mission

The Lower School Library program endeavors to provide students with a rich learner-centered environment by:

  • Providing intellectual and physical access to materials in all formats;
  • Providing instruction to foster competence and stimulate interest in reading, viewing, and using information and ideas;
  • Collaborating with other educators to plan, design, teach and evaluate information literacy learning experiences to meet the needs of all students;
  • Demonstrating effective leadership strategies in the administration of the program and in making connections to the broader learning community.

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Email your librarian, Mrs. Abati.


Library Events

School's Out for the Summer!

May 22 - August 19, 2014.

School Begins:

August 20, 2014


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