Ideally, the library program should align with the classroom curriculum as much as possible. In this way, the resources available in the library are immediately useful and relevant to the students’ academic needs and personal interests. At Seneca School, we are working towards achieving meaningful collaboration between the librarian and classroom teachers, so that students learn to do research that is relevant and that exposes them to the most current resources. Some of the objectives of the library program are:

  • To promote the students’ enjoyment of and commitment to reading.

  • To help students find answers to questions, whether posed in the classroom or based on personal interests.

  • To expose students to materials which reflect the rich diversity of our world.

  • To promote awareness and use of resources available in the library, both print and electronic.

  • To encourage an appreciation of the valuable resources available in libraries.