Click the text ELEMENTARY LIBRARY ONLINE LEARNING RESOURCES below to access online books, activities with authors, interactive online books, research and informational sites, and more:
Click on the text MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT ONLINE LIBRARY RESOURCES below to access helps for online reading, research, and content area learning activities:
Click on the text SECONDARY LIBRARIES GO VIRTUAL WITH BOOK TALKS below to access Middle and High school book talks:
Video: National Library Week 2020
Portrait of a Birdville LibrarianSchool librarians serve many roles within the school community: leader, instructional partner, information specialist, teacher, and program administrator. We have established these guiding principles as a reflection of our values as librarians and professionals. We are:
- Instructional Partners
- Information Specialists
- Literacy Teachers
- Program Administrators
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) released information to school districts on Tuesday, July 7, about the return to school in the fall. The District is working through that document and will provide the BISD family with more details as they become available. > Read complete message from Dr. Brown.
Birdville ISD has opened online registration EARLY for the 2020-21 school year. You may register online beginning Thursday, July 2 through August 26.
BISD, like school districts across the state, is spending this time making plans for the return to school this August. Our plans include regular updates to parents, staff, students and the BISD family on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting every aspect of the return to school. Read more for complete message.
Hope Squad and BISD’s Counseling Department have several recommendations on how to support struggling students during school closures.
With skilled librarians leading the charge, school libraries evolve from quiet reading zones to active, flexible learning spaces for student collaboration and innovation, such approaches move students to become designers and creators engaged in real-world applications of their learning who are better prepared for success in college and a career. - Bob Wise, Alliance for Excellent Education PresidentMissionThe mission of the Birdville Libraries is to provide a resource center that promotes independent lifelong learning through a variety of well-chosen materials, collaborative instruction, and ethical stewardship.