Library » Library


Design by moreilly
Reader WolfReading is one of the most important skills students learn. Like all skills, improvement comes with practice, and the Aspen View Academy Library provides a wide variety of books for students to borrow for reading practice, information, and enjoyment. Students visit the school library weekly to select books. Students are highly encouraged to spend time reading at home every day. 
Did you know that you can search our school's library online? To see what books are in the library, click the link below (or the search box to the right). 

Library Rules

  • Students are responsible for handling library books with care, since they are for everyone to share. Please keep books away from pets, food, and all liquids.
  • Any book damage should be reported to the library as soon as possible so we can attempt repairs.
  • Library books may be kept for 2-4 weeks then must be returned. A book may be renewed (checked out again) if the student is not finished reading it. An overdue (late) book means a student cannot borrow another book (until the overdue book is renewed or returned).
  • If a book is lost, payment toward a replacement will be requested from the parents. Fees will be assessed on My School Bucks.
  • When students are not reading their library books, please help remind them to put them in their backpacks or a consistent place in the home. 

Kindergarten: 1:30-2:15







1st Grade: 9:20-10:05  





FRIDAY-check with homeroom teacher


2nd Grade: 12:40-1:25





FRIDAY-check with homeroom teacher


3rd Grade: 10:30-11:15





FRIDAY-check with homeroom teacher


4th Grade: 2:35-3:20





FRIDAY-check with homeroom teacher


5th Grade: 8:20-9:05 





FRIDAY-check with homeroom teacher

Great Book Series to Read

Diary of a Wimpy Kid
A to Z Mysteries                               
My Weird School Daze
Magic School Bus
Mercy Watson                 
Dork Diaries
Harry Potter
Magic Tree House
Nate the Great
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
The Babysitters Club
The Last Kids on Earth
Percy Jackson 
Series of Unfortunate Events

Sites to help Find a Book


Kindergarten-1st Grade: Students will have the opportunity to choose a book from a wonderful selection of grade level, appropriate books.  Students will choose one book each week in the library.  I will teach students proper book care and how to return them on time. They must return their library book before being able to check out a new book each week.  I recommend having your child re-read and work on fluency during the time they have a library book. Please have them place their library book in their backpack when they are finished reading it. 


2nd Grade-5th Grade: Students will be expected to learn and utilize their STUDENT ID NUMBER (same as their lunch number) in order to check out books this year.  I will assist with book checkout until the students are confident enough to do it on their own.  We will start off the school year with one book checkout, working our way to 2 books. They must return their library book before being able to check out a new book each week. Students will be reminded to find a JUST RIGHT BOOK to ensure they are engaged and captivated with their book selection. Please have them place their library book in their backpacks when they are finished reading them.

***Students can return library books any time to their classroom book cart.  These books will be brought with them on their assigned library day. Students are expected to take good care of all library books when borrowing them.  AVA will charge a damaged or lost book fee if necessary. 


Middle School Students: Students will be able to reserve a library book online using the AVA Destiny Program.  Think of it as a virtual catalog of books. They will be taught how to do this so that they can choose a book in their own time and then it will be delivered to them as soon as possible.