A certified Librarian with a Masters Degree staffs the Stonehurst Hills School Library. The Librarian has recently won a grant from the Cultural Foundation and also participates in the I.U. Book Review that meets three times a year. By reviewing books for the publishers, the library receives free of charge close to seventy-five new books a year. The library serves over 650 students in grades one through five plus all staff members. The library is fully automated with over 8000 different titles in the collection, plus many reference books including class sets of dictionaries, atlases and almanacs. The Library is open before and after school for students to exchange books in addition to weekly book exchanges with the class. Twice yearly Book Fairs are held in the Library for students, parents and faculty. The students participate yearly in the Delaware County Public Library Bookmark Contest. Stonehurst has had several winning bookmarks over the years. Students look forward to the Dr. Seuss Trivia contest run by the librarian every year in conjunction with Read Across America. The fourth grade after school book club is also a popular activity.

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