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Library Media

Welcome to the 

Robinson Elementary School Library!

Erin Ackerman is the new librarian at RES and is at school Tuesday, Wednesday, and every other Friday. Priscilla McQuade is the library assistant. She is in the RES Library all day Tuesday and in the morning on Thursdays.  If you ever need to contact us please stop by the library when we are here, email us at erin.[email protected] or [email protected] , call us at (802) 453-3088.

Library Mission 

The purpose of the Robinson School Library is to ensure that all students become effective users of ideas and information so that they may become independent, lifelong learners; and to foster in all students a love of reading and literature.

RES Library Book Suggestion Form - Have an idea for a great book for the Robinson Library. Click here to fill out a book suggestion form.


Borrowing Books 
Every week, all students are encouraged to borrow books and to take them home to read and share.

Students may check out a library media for a two week period and renew it once.  Exceptions are on an individual basis such as books for research projects or especially long books with no one on reserve for the item.

  • Kindergarten students may check out one book at a time.  If they should forget their book we have they are allowed to take out one more but it is to stay at school, but no more than two books out of the Library at a time.  
  • First Graders check out one book at the beginning of the year.  After October, they may check out two books. 
  • Second Graders may check out two books.  Plus books used in class for research.  
  • Third - Sixth Graders may check out up to four books.  Plus books used for research. 

If students have overdue books, they will not be able to take books out, until they bring their books back. Students are allowed to renew books that they already have signed out as long as it is not reserved for another student.


We are happy to see students learning good library habits: taking good care of books, feeling responsible for what they have checked out and the need for returning books so that others may enjoy them, and of course, most importantly, the enjoyment of reading! We would appreciate parents reinforcing these good habits with their children and help your child enjoy the materials they bring home by taking an interest in what they have checked out.


Erin Ackerman
Library Media Specialist
 [email protected]