The Lindsey Library’s extensive collection of books encourages lifelong learning and the love of reading for the students and staff of Powhatan School. The library supports the classroom curriculum from Pre-kindergarten through eighth grade with a diversity of materials. The selection of materials complements the varied learning styles, interests, and needs of our patrons. The library is the heart of Powhatan.
Lower School students visit the library weekly for lessons based on the library curriculum and to check out books. Story time and guidance in book selection is incorporated into each visit to foster a love of books and reading in all students.
Upper School students visit the library on an as-needed basis. The students may visit individually, in small groups, or as a whole class for research projects or pleasure reading materials.
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About our library:
- -The library opened Fall of 1967 with a collection of 3,000 books.
- -Today the library collection consists of 16,524 copies books in addition to digital materials and equipment.
- -The library serves 335 patrons in Pre-K through Eighth grades and adults in the Powhatan School Community.