Welcome to Oak Crest's Library/Media Center
Amanda Stone, Media Center Specialist
We hope you will take some time to visit us at the library.
The Oak Crest Library is truly a hub of learning. Students may check out library books daily. Classes are held for students to learn library media and research skills. Students learn to enjoy reading and listening to books being read to them.
Parents are encouraged to volunteer to help in the Media Center!
Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. to 3:40 p.m. Visitors may contact the librarian to schedule a visit.
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BAPS Libraries accesses all books in the district's libraries.
Oklahoma Sequoyah Book Award Program
The Sequoyah Book Award Program encourages the students of Oklahoma to read books of literary quality. Fourth and fifth grade students at Oak Crest are encouraged to read or listened to at least three books from the masterlist for the year in order to be able to vote with other Oklahoma students on the title to win the yearly 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.