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    Welcome to the McClure Library!

    Summer 2019 Library Open Hours

    Wednesday, July 19, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
    Friday, July 26, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

    Two more dates in August will be announced soon!

    During Summer 2019 Library Open Hours, current and future McClure students are invited to come to the library to check out books, get recommendations from the librarian, get Summer Reading Book Bingo Cards, and check out some of the library's cool maker tools and puzzles.

    Summer Reading

    McClure Summer Reading program capitalizes on student choice in reading. Play Maverick Summer Book Bingo!

    Keep track of books you read from June 17 through Sept. 4, 2019 by writing the title and getting adult initials in the matching square. Book titles may be used only once per card, and only one BINGO card per student.

    Also, did you know students can check out library books over the summer. Beginning June 17, all library books will have a due date of September 30, 2019.

    And wait, there's more! The McClure Library will be open on 4 days over the summer (2 days in July and 2 days in August). Check this page again for actual dates!

    Did you lose your Summer Book Bingo Card? Click here to print a new card: Summer Book Bingo is back!PDF

    SPS-SPL Library Link

    Library Link is a program that provides access to the Seattle Public Library's electronic resources for students at partner schools, including McClure Middle School. Your student ID gives you access to the Seattle Public Library's vast collection of information resources. For more information, visit the Library Link homepage.

    Libby, by Overdrive - E-book & Audiobook App

    Libby is a free app that allows you download free e-books and audiobooks from your local public library - anywhere, anytime. All you need is a library card OR your student ID (see information about SPS-SPL Library Link, above). Click the following link to get started: Meet Libby.

    Volunteer Opportunities

    Please contact PTSA Volunteer Coordinator Kim Gonzalez, or McClure Librarian Liz Ebersole about opportunities to help out in the library. We always love help shelving books, and have ongoing special projects.


    The MISSION of the McClure Library is to support students and staff in developing the skills necessary to be independent users and producers of ideas and information.

    We are also devoted to helping connect students, staff and parents to information resources, both print & digital and:

    • Support academic curriculum through research skills instruction, literature connections, and technology integration.
    • Build a diverse collection to support reading for personal and academic growth.
    • Contribute to a safe, dynamic research and learning environment for students and staff.