Library Learning Center

Welcome to the Library where Readers can DISCOVER, IMAGINE, and DREAM BIG

Hey Amazing Readers! 

Are you reading 20 minutes everyday?  If you are struggling or out of books, it is time to go digital!!! 


Here are some fun read alouds by the authors and illustrators who wrote the work!

Click below my picture to the right on the library catalog and read ebooks on Destiny Discover.  Use your regular school login!

Login to the Sora app in the student applications folder.

Click on Salt Lake School District

Use your regular login

If that doesn’t work, try:


          Password: your regular password


Please still post your time at:  If you can’t get your link to work, go to Class Dojo and message Mrs. Edgley or email me at

You can also use your library card to check out free ebooks and audiobooks too! 

Here is a book I recommend for you! 

Mrs. Edgley has read over the break: 

Saving Winslow – this book was great!  Loved the little donkey Winslow

A Man Called OVE— a grown up novel but a funny read

Eva Sees a Ghost and Eva’s Treetop Festival by Rebecca Elliot – cute owl diaries.  Loved the colors and bright fun adventures

The Okay Witch— new graphic novel.  Kind of fun

The Blue Cat- really cute picture book


I am in the middle of – The Hunt for the Mad Wolf’s Daughter and Knights vs. Dinosaurs

Read 20 minutes a day everyday and be sure to read online as well!!!  Hugs from the Library!  -Mrs. Edgley, Your Library Guru


Read During the Break!!

Please spend time reading for fun and interest!  

Families here are resources to use to READ outside of school!

Books to borrow-
Students need their school email + password to use the SLCSD Overdrive account.
Younger students will not have access to email accounts so you can also access Overdrive & more through your public library accounts here-
You just need your Salt Lake City or County Library card # and PIN.
More free ebooks-
Read aloud links
Storytime from space-
Picture books read by actors-
Author/illustrator learning resources-
Authors answer kids' questions-



Mission Statement

  • The Library prepares Riley Scholars to be college and career ready by teaching media, internet safety, reading, writing and so much more!
  • The Library Learning Center functions to develop effective and responsible users of ideas and information in print, technology, and digital resources.
  • The Library Learning Center is led by a certified Library Technology Teacher who facilitates an environment that promotes reading enjoyment, student collaboration, instructional-partnerships with teachers, and technology use for all students regardless of personal background.
  • The Library Learning Center seeks to positively impact student achievement and promote life-long learning that will allow students to successfully navigate a 21st century society.

Library Hours

Hours: 8:05 - 3:10;  Students may check out at the end of the day if they missed library or need new books!

The goal of the Library Learning Center is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information.  A strong Library Learning Center program, administered by a certified Library Technology Teacher, positively impacts student achievement. The Library Technology Teacher is a certified teacher, instructional partner, information specialist and program coordinator.

  • As a certified teacher, the Library Technology Teacher collaborates with members of the learning community to analyze learning and information needs, to locate and use resources that will meet those needs, and to understand and communicate the information the resources provide.
  • As an instructional partner and member of the educational team, the Library Technology Teacher promotes and models curriculum development and effective, collaborative teaching.
  • As an information specialist, the Library Technology Teacher provides leadership and expertise in acquiring and evaluating information resources in all formats.
  • As a program coordinator, the Library Technology Teacher works collaboratively with members of the learning community to define the policies of the library media program and to guide and direct all the activities related to it.

Qualifications: Utah Teaching Certificate and either a MLS degree (or equivalent degree) or the Library Media Endorsement.


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