The library is open from 8:20 AM to 3:10 PM. The school librarian Mrs. Mullen is located at NPS Monday-Friday.
The school librarian, Ms. McCann is located at NPS Monday and Tuesday.
The teacher assistant, Mrs. Green is available at NPS Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM.
(OPAC) ONLINE PUBLIC ACCESS CATALOG
Search for your books by: author, title, keyword or subject. You can use our catalog at school and at home.
Ask your librarians Mrs. Mullen and Ms. McCann for help if you need it. We will be happy to help!
WHY USE A DATABASE?
Using a database allows users to search for information in an organized collection. The user benefits from this organization because it provides more relevant results, through the use of subject headings and descriptors. Users can also search for keywords in specific fields, such as author and title, and limit their results using various criteria.
Databases also provide information in known sources, for example, printed magazines and journals. The content of databases has undergone a review process and the information is more reliable than information found on the Internet. Often databases provide access to full-text magazine and journal articles.
Northern Parkway's Online Databases
Log-in information can be requested from classroom teachers or the school librarians.
ABC Teach: Provides teachers with unlimited access to over 40,000 cross-curricular materials and custom worksheet generator.
Atomic Learning: Software training through online tutorials.
BookFlix: Literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction ebooks to build a love of reading.
Brain Pop: Education animated movies for grades 4-12.
Brain Pop Jr: Educational animated movies for grades K-3.
Castle Learning: Student review and assessment site for social studies, science, math and English.
Culture Grams: Provides information on the cultures of nations and states in reports that include maps and statistics.
Digital Science Online: The use of videos, interactive graphics, animations, and images are essential in teaching science. There is no better way to learn about the workings of the human body, the forces creating earthquakes, or the nature of chemical reactions than with these powerful teaching tools.
Findit!: Provides teachers with unlimited access to over 40,000 cross-curricular materials and custom worksheet generator. Go Grolier and eLibrary databases can be found here as well.
KidsInfoBits: Especially made for students in K-5 this database is engaging, has a developmentally appropriate graphic interface, premier reference content and the best magazines for elementary students.
New York State Newspapers: Includes New York Times and Newsday. Use the Find It! passwords to access.
NovelNY: Contains periodicals for elementary school students.
Remote Access (Use this link at home):
Tumblebooks: Contains thousands of animated picture books.
United Streaming: Comprised of educational videos that can support school curriculum.
Worksheet Library: Worksheet Library offers thousands of worksheets across the curriculum.
Empire State Information Fluency Continuum
K-12 ELA Curriculum Wiki
K-5 Resources For Social Studies
LIBRARY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Students may borrow library books during each library visit and must return them the following week.
Kindergarten and first grade students are permitted to borrow one book during each library visit after returning their permission slips.
Second grade students are permitted to borrow one regular book and one red dot book.
Third grade students can take out two books plus one magazine. Third graders select green labeled fiction books.
Fourth, and fifth grade students may borrow any two books and a magazine during each week.
All students are encouraged to vary their book selection with fiction and non-fiction materials.
Students must return all library books before borrowing new books.
The Uniondale School District has a clear Acceptable Use and Internet Safety Policy. You can find these policies on the last page of the school district's calendar.
5th Grade Library Survey
The Bald Bandit (A to Z Mystery Series)
Tumblebook/One More Story of the Day
TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT CORNER FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS
List of ELA Websites
Listening activities- students can listen to stories, conversations, interviews, etc. and then answer multiple choice questions about what they heard.
Great for vocabulary, search the Journeys reading series titles for some fun vocabulary games.
Vocabulary and grammar activities (worksheets) many topics and themes.
Leading provider of web-based state assessment preparation programs. Students have been given usernames and passwords for this website.
Learn how to use the keyboard to type, without looking at the keys.
All about spelling!
List of Math Websites
Envision math Series: this follows along with our math program. Please use your own username and password.
Features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice available on each topic. **Each lesson is available in Spanish when you click the button for Spanish.
A great interactive site with many topics and grade levels.
More than 100 fun, interactive games that develop math skills, reading, and literacy.
This website was developed to help students to improve math skills interactively through the use of flashcards, games, and worksheets.
Activities, games and worksheets to teach multiplication.
PlanetMath is a virtual community which aims to help make mathematical knowledge more accessible.
Cool Math Games has cool free online games to learn math, reading and spelling , geography, science, strategy, skill, arithmetic, shapes and colors, logic and much more.
BrainBashers is a collection of brain teasers, puzzles, riddles, games and optical illusions.
Hundreds of educational games.
Website that offers games for grades K-8.
A website that contains over 2,000 videos on how to do almost anything including learn math.