Library Media Center

The vision of Grover Heights Elementary School Library is to foster a love of reading while encouraging students to be life-long learners by providing quality literature and resources in a welcoming and nurturing environment.
Library Procedures: Grades TK - 1st can check out one book at a time, Grades 2nd - 6th can check out two books at a time.  Students do not have to wait for their designated class library time to exchange books, they can come in anytime the library is open.  We do not charge late fees, however, lost or damaged books will need to be paid for or replaced by another hardcover book by the same title.
Thank you :-)
California Young Reader Medal Awards 2023
We will be reading the five books in the primary category listed below and then voting on our favorite!
Read Across America/Dr. Seuss Week is coming up 2/27/23-3/3/23!
We will have dress-up days, guest readers during library time and a read-a-thon with prizes!
See pictures of last years' guest readers below!
We had an author visit from Barbara Barcellona Smith! It was a great chance to hear from the author about writing and hear her story.
International Dot Day
Thursday, September 15th
Battle of the Books!!
Our team placed fourth at the competition on April 30th!!
We are so proud of the student's hard work and dedication to the team.
A huge shout out to Grover Beach Community Library
for sponsoring our team!!
Thank you!!!
Click the blue link below to view the Grover Heights Library online
Directions on How To Log In to the GH Library, Find a Book, Place a Hold,
and Check if Held Books are Ready for Pick Up are listed below here
How to Place a Book on Hold Video
Reading is Magical!
Students are Storytellers
Chess in the Library on Thursdays
Fun with Teachers
Future Librarians
Thank You Grover Heights PTA!
World Read Aloud Day was February 3rd, we celebrated this day with heart-warming photos of students reading and read-alouds by teachers and staff!