Library Activities

The Kaiser library is the hub of the school and have many activites throughout the school year. Here are some of them.

Reading Rocket–Starts in September and runs through May. ECE thtough third grade go to the Denver Public Library’s Bookmobile and check out books and DVD’s on a rotating basis.

  • Grandparents Day–in September. The grandparents are invited to read to the students for a day.
  • Dr. Suess Day-Read Across America–March 2 The principal reads Dr. Suess books to the students.
  • Family Book Check Out–offered everyday before and after school.
  • Reading Nights–three times a year. Mrs. Epps, the teacher librarian, performs talks for parents on various topics such as the importance of reading aloud to their children. The parents check out books through the school library and then read together with their children.
  • Highly Effective School Libary where we have over 14,000 books.
  • Volunteer’s Tea–in May. All the people who volunteered at Kaiser throughout the school year are invited to share a very special time to say thank you and we appreciate your help and support. Punch and cake are served.
  • Bell Grant Books–over 1400 picture books and non-fiction books for ECE through first grade. Monthly book baskets are supplied to classrooms in these grades.
  • Computer Lab with 30 computers–located just off the library where many fun technology projects are completed.
  • Mini Computer Lab in the library–nine computers are located here for students’ use, ELA use, parent use, etc.
  • Parent Resource area–contains books for parents on good parenting, Autism, discipline, etc.
  • Co-teach with the classroom teacher library and classroom coordinated curriculum lessons–all lessons are colaborative with the classroom teacher and the classroom curriculum in all grades.