• Our Lady of Victory Catholic School
    Reading provides the foundation for the language and literacy skills every child needs to flourish. The more contact children have with books and other library resources, the better readers and critical thinkers they become. The Catholic Church is well known for supporting the collection and circulation of quality reading material. 

    At OLVCS, students in Kindergarten-5th grades have an opportunity one class period per week, to visit the school library. During this time, the librarian teaches students how to use library resources and uses read aloud experiences to expose students to quality grade-level reading material and to encourage students to read on their own.
    During Library, Kindergarten - Grade 5 students may also check out books and other materials. In addition, Kindergarten and 1st grade students participate in weekly Maker Space classes, during which the students engage in a variety of activites centered on technology, electrical circuitry, robotics, arts and crafts, and engineering. Middle school students do not have a designated Library period.  They may visit the school library during break times and/or during their Language Arts period or study hall (with permission from their teacher).