The Coman Hill Library supports instruction in Byram Hills by providing high quality resources on topics of both curricular and personal interest to students with a diverse range of needs. Through the use of print, technological, digital, and visual resources, the library program's goals are to teach students how to begin to conduct research by accessing, evaluating and using information, as well as to guide them in appreciating and thinking critically about fiction and nonfiction texts.
Students come to library class once a week and may borrow two books, as long as they have returned their books from the previous week. All students are welcome to come in any morning between 9:00 and 9:20, except on the day they have library class, to return a book and borrow a new one. Teachers may send students to the library to pick up materials or get help with research, as needed. As long we are not teaching classes, we will be happy to help.
Friendly Faces in the Library
Jane del Villar, Library Media Specialist
Using the BobCat-alog Here are some instructions on using the BobCat-alog to search for books from home.
Using WebPath Express You can use the WebPath Express section of the BobCat-alog to do online research.