An adventure is waiting each week for your child(ren) when they visit the media center and find a book that interests them. What will they choose? Who knows, but with nearly 15,000 books to choose from, I am confident they will bring home books that will keep them reading and learning.
As a parent, please take time to see what books your child(ren) are interested in and encourage them to read to you, alongside of you or read to them. The more they are read to, or read on their own, the better reader they will become.
Kent District Library
Looking for more library opportunities? The Kent District Library (KDL)-Tyrone Township Branch, located right here in Kent City, is a great resource for books, Internet, research, events for families and children, and so much more!
Check out this link for more information www.kdl.org.
Little Free Library
This summer a "Little Free Library" will be situated at the pavilion on Main Street in Kent City. A Little Free Library is a decorated box or container that houses books. The container will be filled with books for everyone in your family, from preschool to adult. Simply stop by and look through wide selection of books available and pick out one that you or a family member will enjoy. You may keep the book or return it when you are finished with it. You may also put books into the container that you think someone else would enjoy. Many thanks to our Art Teacher, Sara Goodrich, and the 7th grade art students for decorating our Little Free Library.
Pamela Thomas, Principal
William Lepech, Assistant Principal
29 College St
Kent City, MI 49330
(616) 678-4181 phone
(616) 678-7785 fax
(616) 678-7786 fax (records)