Welcome to the LES Library!

The G. W. Long Elementary School Library serves all students in grades Kindergarten through Sixth grade. We strive to maintain up-to-date resources for all students, staff and stakeholders. Everyone is invited to visit our Library Media Center.  We offer both fixed and flexible scheduling within our school.  Currently, we schedule all K-3 classes to visit at least once per week with daily open and flexible times for all 4-6 students to come as needed.  We also have available slots for scheduling individual, small groups, whole groups, meetings, inservices and presentations.  Email Mrs. Walker for scheduling

Our library is open from 8:00 to 3:00 daily with availability as needed before or after school.

*Click the link below for our current Library Book Collection.



Dale County Schools Library Media Mission:

It is the goal and responsibility of the school media center to provide information access for the school community, to promote literacy and the enjoyment of reading at all levels of development, and to provide leadership in the use of information skills and instructional design.  The library media environment shall be conducive to self-discovery and inquiry with a focus on facilitating the learning process.  The activities and resources included in the library media program shall be in keeping with the mission of Dale County Schools.

Accelerated Reader

We encourage all 3rd-6th grade students to participate in the Accelerated Reader Program in order to improve independent reading skills and read books on an appropriate reading level. *Click on the Accelerated Reader Home Connect Link below OR on Library Links, located on the navigation menu under General Info on each page of the website, in order to keep up with your child's AR progress.  Use your child's AR username and password for complete access to goals and notifications.



"Books to the ceiling, Books to the sky, My pile of books is a mile high. How I love them! How I need them! I'll have a long beard by the time I read them."

--Arnold Lobel



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