Mr. Allen, District Librarian: callen@wccsk12.org
Mrs. Walker, Elementary Library Teaching Assistant: cwalker@wccsk12.org

LIBRARY.FYI (Library Catalog & Online Databases) 

Students are allowed to come to the library every morning from 9:00-9:25 and each afternoon from 2:30-3:00 for open book exchange; with teacher permission.

The Wayland-Cohocton Elementary School Library houses 12 ChromeBooks for students to borrow and over 16,000 books for student and teacher use. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

Checkout Procedures

Elementary students have a regularly scheduled library class once a week for 40 minutes. 

Kindergarten and 1st grade students are allowed 1 book at a time.

2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students are allowed 2 books at a time.

We know becoming a reader begins at home. Building a love of reading in your child by reading aloud at home strengthens their language, vocabulary and comprehension skills, and improves their social skills and confidence as you listen to them read.  Thank you for encouraging your child to read by reading with them each night.  We suggest 20 min. of reading each night. We encourage parents to talk to their students about the materials they choose regarding a book’s content.

Books are loaned out for 1 week at a time and can be renewed if the student needs it longer. Lost or damaged books are the responsibility of the parent/guardian. Parents/guardians may pay the cost assigned by the library, or they may purchase a new copy. Students may not be permitted to borrow more materials until overdue, lost, or damaged materials are taken care of. 

Mrs. Walker is in the Elementary library every day and will lead students through their weekly lessons and book-borrowing experiences. She will help students pick out a wide range of books meant to help develop a love for reading and learning. She will assist students in finding books of an appropriate reading level, books to challenge growing readers and books to interest readers who may be struggling to connect to the written word. The library encourages hands-on activities through fun centers that allow students to interact with different manipulatives to enhance learning. 

Happy Reading!