Library Resources

Tri-County's library is open to students during normal school hours of operation. Students are welcome to check out books, magazines, audio books, e-books, and even some movies. The library is also a great place to use computers for research and other academic pursuits. The content available in the library is constantly changing and being update, check the card catalog to see if the library has the book you are in search of! 

Library During Lunch:

Students may go to the library during their lunch period to read, make up work, or use computers.  A limited number of passes are available each day.  Students should get  a pass from library desk before their lunch period. 

 

D.E.A.R:

"Drop Everything And Read" occurs two times a month to encourage reading and improve skills. All students and staff will 'drop everything and read' for fun for 30 minutes.  Students choose reading materials they enjoy - fiction, non-fiction, graphic novels, instruction manuals, magazines- for this period.

Book Club:

Four times a year students have the option to sign up for Book Club. Books are provided and the group meets once a term, during lunches, for discussion of the book. A special lunch, free to students , is provided. A limited number of spaces are available each term and students must sign up for one book at a time. Information will be announced to students soon after each term begins.

 

Term 2 Book: The First Part Last by Angela Johnson

 

Bobby’s a classic urban teenager.  He’s restless. He’s impulsive.  But the thing that makes him different is this:  He’s going to be a father.  His girlfriend, Nia, is pregnant, and their lives are about to change forever.  Instead of spending time with friends, they’ll be spending time with doctors, and next, diapers.  They have options: keeping the baby, adoption.  They want to do the right thing.  

If only it was clear what the right thing was.

Additional Resources:

Classroom Video on Demand: Master Collection

Tri-County Card Catalog

Follett Shelf eBooks

INFOhio

Today's Science

PBS Learning Media

Health Reference Center

The Human Body: How It Works Online

Issues & Controversies