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The Simcoe County District School Board has more than 100 school libraries, and all schools have a full-time teacher-librarian. There are approximately 1.5 million items in the current resource collection.

Teacher-librarians work with students and staff to develop collections that are engaging for students and staff. The goals are to provide relevant resources for learning, instruction and reading enjoyment.

News From Tottenham Public School's Library

TPS Now Has A Virtual Library!

If you are looking for reading resources, math activities, coding opportunities and more, check out our new virtual library. The virtual library will be added to regularly, so be sure to check back often. Use the link below to access our virtual library.

TPS Tigers' Virtual Library

Wondering what to read next?

Are you in grade 4-8 and wondering what to read next? Mrs. Goronovsky has created a blog where she is recording information about the books she has read. Use the link below to access the blog and find some great suggestions for your next reading journey.

Mrs. G.'s Recommended Reads

Touch Typing Games

Being able to touch type is a valuable skill. There are numerous free online games available for learning and practicing touch typing. The following list of recommended sites is a good place for students to begin learning this skill.

Dance Mat Typing

Keyboarding Tutorials and Typing Tests

A Variety of Ways To Enjoy Reading

These days we have many ways to access stories or non-fiction text, books are just one of these ways. The following websites are some of the different ways students engage with text at Tottenham Public School. These sites can also be accessed from home. Classroom teachers will provide students with the required usernames and passwords.

Britannica School Tumble Books Raz Kids

Teaching Kids The News National Geographic Kids Kids Health

International Children's Digital Library Storyline Online

Unite For Literacy Unite For Literacy is a free digital collection of books that can be narrated in several different languages.

The Importance of Reading Together

Reading with your child is not only an enjoyable activity, but it helps develop important literacy skills. ABC Life Literacy Canada (ABC Life Literacy), provides this information about reading with your child:

"Reading to children more than once a day has a substantial positive impact on their future academic skills. In addition, research indicates children with early exposure to books and reading are better at performing mathematical tasks."

"Having a parent or other caring person read aloud with their children helps children learn listening skills, vocabulary and language skills, as well as develop imagination and creativity."

Library Schedule

Our library is open to students. Students in kindergarten to grade 3 visit the library every two weeks to enjoy a read aloud and choose a book to check out. Students in grades 4-8 regularly have the opportunity to select a book during book exchange times scheduled by their teachers.