Library Learning Commons


Can Your Smartphone Change the World? by Erinne Paisley. Want to raise your voice? Pick up your phone and fundraise, promote awareness or spark a movement.
Corps Étranger par Ariane Charland. Il a suffi d'une seconde pour que mon existence bascule. Un plongeon, un pied qui a glissé, et je suis devenu tétraplégique.
The Darkhouse by Barbara Radecki. A teenage girl living in a small island community in New Brunswick discovers that her father, an amateur scientist, has been conducting experiments on humans, and may be responsible for the death of the twin sister she never knew she had.
The Goodbye Girls by Lisa Harrington. The students at Lizzie's high school are notoriously terrible at breakups. Forget awkward conversations—they're dumping each other via text. Inspired by the terrible breakups around her, sixteen-year-old Lizzie, strapped for cash and itching to go on the school's band trip to NYC, teams up with her best friend, Willa, to create a genius business: personalized gift baskets—breakup baskets—sent from dumper to dumpee.
Nimona by Noelle Stevenson. As sidekick and supervillain, Nimona and Lord Blackheart are about to wreak some serious havoc. Their mission: prove to the kingdom that Sir Ambrosius Goldenloin and his buddies at the Institution of Law Enforcement and Heroics aren't the heroes everyone thinks they are.

Library Staff

Teacher-Librarian: Mrs Amini

Library Technician: Mrs Donovan

Library Facilities and Services

The Library Learning Commons has undergone significant change over the past few years. Renovations have opened up additional spaces. From our library “Oasis” where students can eat their lunch or snacks, to a number of enclosed co-learning centres where students can work collaboratively with the aid of a white board or smart TV, to a maker space with ergonomic tables and supplies for completing hands-on projects - the LLC is a place where students can access the resources they need and use them in a comfortable, inviting environment to support their learning. If you’re at the school, stop by to see our showstopping circulation desk made from upcycled books by our own students!

Front counter in the Library Learning Commons, created from upcycled books View of the Oasis area of the Library Learning Commons

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The Library Learning Commons provides:

  • A collection of over 12,000 books, in both French and English, accessed by a computer catalogue

  • Subscriptions to 20 periodicals

  • Encyclopedias and dictionaries available online and in book form

  • Online databases

  • Computers for student use, including Chromebooks for library use and a limited number which can be signed out for the school day or to take home overnight

  • Colour scanner

  • Coin-operated photocopier/printer

  • Colour printing

Borrowing Policy

  • Student identification cards must be presented in order to borrow library material.

  • Books are available for a 3-week loan period and may be renewed, provided no one else has reserved the book.

  • Reference books may be borrowed on an overnight basis, after 12:45 pm each day, to be returned before 8:00 am the next school day.

  • Special loan periods may apply to books that are needed for class projects.

  • Students are responsible for returning all library materials by the due date. A fine of 25¢ per day per book will be charged on overdue material.

  • Students will be charged for lost or damaged material.

  • Current magazines are available for library use only. Back issues may be borrowed.
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