SLMS Library

Last Updated: 6/9/2021 4:34 PM

Welcome to SLMS Library!

Mrs. Ekström, Librarian 
Mrs. Wolf, Library Technician

NEW!! On your Chromebook, click HERE to go to Clever (Log in with Google). You can access library resources from one place. For the Library Catalog, click on Follett Destiny Back Office or Follett Destiny Discover. For eBooks, click Sora or MackinVIA. Other buttons will take you to various online databases.

Click for a "How To" on Clever Resources:            




Click here to fill out a library book checkout request (during the school year only) 

If you need to first find a book, click on the Destiny Catalog link to the right. You may request up to two books (as long as you do not have overdue or unpaid lost books). Please allow two days for fulfilling requests. If you are fully virtual, books may be picked up (and returned) in the vestibule as you enter the building by the Main Office. If you are back to in-school learning, books will be delivered to your LA class. Books may be returned at ANY time - there is a return bin right by the door as you enter the library.  


Virtual Makerspace< Click on this Virtual Makerspace for amazing Makerspace fun and learning from home!  
(Created by: Shannon Miller, The Library Voice)                                                     



A book for class or leisure? We have it!

Databases and Internet resources for research & eBooks? Of course!

SLMS Library offers all of this and MORE! If you're in the school building, stop by and check us out (don't forget your mask) - or peruse the library website and contact us via email. 


Just for fun -- check out this Academy Award-winning short film:

"The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore"


Library Hours:  Mon through Fri: 7:30-3:00

Library Contact Info:  Mrs. Ekström:  610-627-6517

                                      Mrs. Wolf:  610-627-6516

"It is an awfully sad misconception that
librarians simply check books in and out. The
library is the heart of a school, and without a
librarian, it is but an empty shell." 

              ~Jarrett J. Krosoczka