Welcome to the Phillips Middle School Library
The Phillips Library is a place for learning, exploring, discovering, reading, and creating. Even though we aren't using the physical library space right now, we are still here virtually for reading, researching, and learning. Use the links to access information about the library, the library catalog, online research databases, class projects, and useful links to digital tools.
In order for all students to have access to library materials, we hold curbside pick-up once a week. Starting December 10th, curbside pick-up with be every Thursday when school is in session from 2:20 to 5pm. If that time does not work, Ms. Sieredzki and Ms. Kolling-Perin can arrange for another time when the building is open (Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between 8:30 and 3:30) or arrange for a drop-off time at your home.
Need access to reading material online?
There are several places where you can find e-books, audiobooks, and author read-alouds.
Go to Ms. KP's Reading Page for links, information, and recommendations.
Sharon Kolling-Perin, Teacher Librarian
Delphine Sieredzki, Library Assistant
Join Jason Reynolds, National Ambassador for Young People's Literature, and his bi-weekly video series called "Write. Right. Rite" encouraging young people to write their own stories, along with a newsletter for parents and educatiors on topics of the day.
Find information on this program at the Grab the Mic link on the Library of Congress website.