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Lynn Wood Library

Mr. Fincher - Media Specialist

The purpose of Lynn Wood's library/media center is to provide a program that assists students in developing an awareness of the knowledge that is available and the skills needed to acquire and process this information. This program will also promote an appreciation of literature and the life-long enjoyment of reading.


Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:40 a.m. to 3:40 p.m. (Students must have their teacher's permission and a library pass.)


Checkout Policy

Students may check out books for a seven day period. If a student doesn't finish a book it may be rechecked.The number of books they may check out varies by grade level:

Kindergarten and 1st Grade - may check out one book

2nd - 5th Grades - may check out two books


Overdue Policy

Books are due back in one week. There are no fines for overdue books but books that are permanently lost or damaged must be paid for as soon as possible. If a lost book is paid for and then found before the end of the school year the students may either keep the book or return it for a full refund.


Search Library Catalog

Please click the link below to access all books in our library.

BAPS Libraries links


Oklahoma Sequoyah Book Award Program

The Sequoyah Book Award Program encourages the students of Oklahoma to read books of literary quality. Students who have read or listened to at least 3 titles from the masterlist are eligible to vote for the Children's Sequoyah Book Award. The books on the masterlist are selected by the Sequoyah Reading Teams. Criteria for selections include: published three years prior to the award date, author lives in the United States, originality, literary quality, interest, appeal, and developmentally appropriate for the age level.

With this award, Oklahoma honors the Native American leader Sequoyah for his unique achievement in creating the Cherokee syllabary. Sequoyah chose eighty-five symbols to represent all spoken sounds of the Cherokee language. In so doing, he created a way to preserve his people's language and culture.