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Mrs. Lee is your librarian and is on site Monday - Friday 7:45-3:30.

Email: leec6@sfusd.edu

The mission of the school library is to offer a safe, nurturing, and academically stimulating learning environment for all students; to provide materials that will enrich and support the curriculum; to offer instruction in information literacy; to stimulate interest in reading and in finding and using information and ideas; to work with teachers to develop educational strategies to meet the information needs of students and augment teaching.

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A database is like a virtual library. It is a searchable collection of regularly updated reference articles, encyclopedia and dictionary entries, magazine and newspaper articles, excerpts from books, book reviews, eBooks, primary sources and images. Citations are always included.  And, it is all available online. When you search one of these databases, you are not searching the Web; you're searching pre-selected material that is the equivalent of what you might find on a library shelf in print.