Eagle View Elementary School Learning Commons is a very popular location in our school.

The Learning Commons is open mornings from 8:35 – 8:55 a.m. and most days after school from 3:00 – 3:20 p.m.

The Learning Commons is the place for book exchange, research, inquiry, collaboration, relaxing and access to the Internet!  Come on in and visit us!  We have over 18,000 items in our collection, including e-readers and ebooks.

Library links and posts courtesy of Mrs. Wendie Jensen, ELL/Library Teacher:

Three new Library Links from Mrs. Jensen:


Click on the link for a new summer reading program by Scholastic Canada:

Scholastic Canada is offering a free digital membership until June 30th for students, parents and teachers. There are a lot of great options to keep students reading, thinking, and learning during this time of social distancing. Check it out. http://scholastic.ca/education/free_digital_resources/

Here the first episode of Thank You Thursday with Mo Willems where he focuses on taking time to think about things to be thankful for. Make sure you have your colouring supplies ready so that you can draw along with him. https://www.youtube.com/watch…

Kerry Macgregor shares a reading of her second book The Ice Chips and the Haunted Hurricane. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_hUrYVmEQg

Scarecrows, a corn maze…and a Mickey Mouse impersonation! It’s all here in the second stop on the Haunted Canada Road Trip. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T321FEBlSjY

Here is a reading of a book for primary students Called “Three Hens and a Peacock” by Lester L. Laminack

Here is short video for middle school students of Kerry MacGregor reading her book “Ice Chips and the Magical Rink”.

For our intermediate students we have video of Joel. A. Sutherland reading “Road Trip #1: Riverview Hospital in Coquitlam, British Columbia from his series “Haunted Canada”.

This sounds like an amazing festival that is going to kick off on May first. It’s all online, and there are a variety of things to choose from each day from author readings to contests. Check it out: everywherebookfest.com

Based on the critically acclaimed children’s novel by William Gilkerson (winner of the 2006 Governor General’s Award for Children’s Literature), this animated film stars one of Canada’s acting legends, Donald Sutherland, who voices the lead character, Captain Johnson. The story is set in 1952 in Grey Rocks, Nova Scotia, a town that was famous 250 years ago as a port for pirates. In the town lives a 12-year-old boy named Jim, who is faced with both the death of his father and daily bullying at school. Jim’s life changes when Captain Johnson turns up and becomes his friend and mentor, teaching Jim some valuable life lessons. Click HERE for the video