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    The MISSION of the McClure Library media program is to ensure that students and staff are lifelong users and producers of ideas and information.

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

    • Support classroom curriculum through research skills instruction, literature, and world-wide links to all content areas.
    • Build an essential and interactive collection to support curriculum and reading for enjoyment.
    • Help create a safe, dynamic research and learning environment for students and staff.
    • Create lifelong readers, learners, users and producers of information.

    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.

    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. Click the following link to get started: Library Link homepage.


    Overdrive 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:  Overdrive homepage.


    The Summer Reading Program will be announced in early June! Stay tuned!

    Contact Info

    Librarian:  Liz Ebersole
    Phone: 206-252-1917
    Main Office: 206-252-1900


    8:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

    Helpful Links

    Common Sense Education: Digital Classroom Blog

    Common Sense Media: Parenting, Media, and Everything in Between