Our School Library:
School libraries promote literacy skills needed for students to become lifelong learners. School library programs support curriculum with print and online resources and, in this way, play an important role for both teachers and students in assisting them in their research and knowledge.
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All materials leaving the library must be signed out. Students may borrow material (fiction/nonfiction) from the library for a three week period. It is very IMPORTANT to return materials borrowed on time, so that others may access to the materials.
The library presently has 5 desktops, an assortment of laptops/Chromebooks, and a printer for student use.
Respect the rights of others. Keep the library quiet. The library is an ideal place for studying, reading or relaxing.
- Non-Fiction – The main collection is in the stacks. It is organized according to the Dewey Decimal System. To locate a book on the shelves, look at the call number on the spine of the book.
For example: 921 HAM (Call number for Soul Surfer by Bethany Hamilton.)
- Fiction (F) – All our fiction is located in the comfy room. Fiction is organized using the first three letters of the author’s last name.
For example: F COL (Call number for The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.)
- Reference Section (R) – Includes dictionaries, encyclopedias, atlases, almanacs, indexes, and general reference books. These materials do not circulate.
- E.I. History Section – Includes a small collection of local books including biographies, maps, and community histories.
- Current Periodicals (Magazines) – To be used in the library. Found on the magazine stands in the comfy room. Magazines available to students include: Best Health, Canadian Geographic, Canadian Horse, Canadian Musician, Canada’s History, Car and Driver, Discover, Entertainment Weekly, Hockey News, Island Farmer, Maclean’s, National Geographic, Our Canada, Outdoor Canada, Outdoor Photographer, People, Popular Mechanics, Potato News, Reader’s Digest, Saltscapes, Seventeen, Sky News, Sports Illustrated, Time, and Trot.
- Newspapers – Current issues of The Guardian and The Journal newspapers are found on the circulation desk. We also receive the County Line Courier on a bi-weekly basis.
The KRHS library is open Monday- Friday from 8:15 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. (also open at lunch, at breaks, and before and after school).
Find reliable information for your projects and research papers by using these online databases.
- KOHA Database– Search the school library.
- EBSCO – EBSCO is an on-line periodical database for use by students and teachers. Students and teachers will need to know the login and password in order to access the information,
- login – peiebsco and password – database!23
- PEI Provincial Library
- The Owl at Purdue
- Citation Machine
- Canadian Encycylopedia
- Popular Science Archives
- Statistics Canada
- The Government of Canada
PEI History Resources
- Roberston Library
- The Journal Pioneer
- The Globe and Mail
- The Guardian
- New York Times
- The Chronicle Herald
- The Employment Journey