• Bryant Elementary Library




    Bryant School offers easy access to all grade levels. Students in third through sixth grades are instructed in the use of Bryant Information Center which is a program on all computers at the school. This allows them to see what is available and if it is checked out or is in the library. Students and faculty are given access to Accelerated Reading program, Star Reading Program, Alabama Virtual Library, Internet access, projectors and use of Promethean equipment. Students and teachers are provided with the following resources: DVDs, VHS, text in both fiction and nonfiction, audio cassettes, encyclopedias and dictionaries. Students and teachers have access to resources in the library to check-out or use within the school. Several times a year teachers ask to use reference material in their classroom for students to create reports.

    We collect Box Tops 4 Education, Coke Reward points, Campbell Soup Labels, ink cartridges, Large business (Church) size ink toners. We also collect can tabs such as from soft drinks to send to Shriner's Burn Hospitals to purchase toys for children at the hospitals.

    The Alabama Virtual Library is a FREE research tool for Alabama citizens. You should be able to access it from your home computer or anywhere in Alabama. Since we are located in the very northeast corner of Alabama, you may have trouble signing on to their site. If you can not sign on, please, let me know and I can assign you a site number. Check it out. There are lots to do at this site.

    The Bryant School library will receive each class once a week for a time of reading, choosing books, and checking them out for personal use.  The library will also have open check-out times fthroughout the week for students to come in as needed to choose another book to read. 

    If there is a particular book you are looking for, I will be glad to assist. We may not have a book for every subject requested, but whenever possible, I will be glad to order necessary items when funds become available.

    Please feel free to contact me any time.

    Marianne Rogers