When schools and public libraries collaborate , students and families benefit from the resources and services that both organizations offer. This essential partnership not only inspires students to become life long learners with a passion for literacy, but also increases community engagement through joint programs and services that meet the needs of students and their family, as well as educators and administrators. Now, more than ever, this collaboration is necessary. With the COVID pandemic sparking school closing across the country, public libraries can and should provide critical services and access to digital resources that support students and educators in their remote learning communities.
Woolfolk Public Library opened at its current location in 2001 and is named after Margaret E. Woolfolk, attorney, journalist, historian, and author. Since opening, the library has continued to grow and expand its offerings.
Currently, Woolfolk Public Library has approximately 42,000 items in circulation and 15,317 registered readers! Materials and services are varied and available for patrons of all ages. Materials include: fiction; non-fiction; large type fiction and non-fiction; biographies; cookbooks; audio books; magazines; eBooks; and much more.
Need access to the internet? We have twelve computers available for public use for filling out job applications, creating resumes, completing school projects, checking your email, etc
Woolfolk Library also has an EBOOKS app which is FREE!!!!! The app is called Libby. Want to met Libby? You may contact Ms. H. Martin @ The 7th Grade Experience Library or you may contact Ms. C. Clayman @ The Woolfolk Public Library.
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