Media Center



GALILEO is an incredible resource for research, ebooks, or just fun!
And... it is FREE!  Click here to explore!
The password is badger.

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Please visit our 
Family Resource Center
in the library. 
We have all sorts of
learning materials you
may check out
for practice at home.
Our hours are
8:00 am - 3:30 pm.
Come browse!

summer reading

Hey, Tiger Families!! We have a new incentive and reward for our students! We call it Tiger Bling, and your cubs can earn it this summer! They just read at least 10 books within their AR level (level provided by their teacher), jot them down on their summer reading log (coming home today, spare attached), and then pass the AR quizzes when they get back to school in August.
Boom! They've earned their first Tiger Bling!

To see if a book has an AR quiz, visit and type in the ISBN, or the author (make sure the spelling is correct because it will not return close results). note the quiz number on the log, and then Read, Baby, Read!

Here's some great summer reading resources:
At the Reading Rockets website, . , you'll discover summer reading book lists and tons of great activities to encourage kids to learn, read, and have fun all summer.

Our Camden County Public Library offers thousands of ebooks and all you need to access them is a library card, - WooHoo!
. The library will also offer a kids’ summer program, check their Facebook page for updates and more info.

Our students have access to Navigate to the website then> LogIn > Login with Capstone Interactive > UN: dlr PW: school > GO. On the next page, choose the correct ATOS reading level from the menu on the left.

GALILEO: Navigate to CCS Homepage>Students Tab>GALILEO>
GALILEO Kids from the tabs at the bottom of the page>Ebsco Ebooks K-8 Collection
Password: badger (acrobat after 6/30)

Scholastic Summer Reading Home Base: A Fun, completely free digital destination which offers stories, characters, games, and a community of readers. Home Base is moderated for safety 24/7.

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Here's an extra .Summer Reading Log



Welcome to the library media center

at David L. Rainer Elementary School! 

We love having you visit and learn with us, so come on in

and Read, Baby, Read!


Ms. Myles, our Teaching Librarian, and Mrs. Boleratz, our Media Paraprofessional, are happy to help you find just the right book (click here to browse the catalog) or locate any information you may need.  Our school's library media center is open from 8 to 3:30 each school day; the Accelerated Reader system is available from 8 until 3:30.  (Our library has access to every AR quiz that has ever been created - woohoo!) Parents and community members are welcome, and we invite you to browse our Parent Resource Center for educational or parenting materials,
which is also open from 8:00 to 3:30.

Does this book have an AR quiz?

Ever wonder if that book you’re reading from home is an AR book? Click here to find out. Navigate to the Advanced Search tab, then type in the ISBN number, and click “Go.”

 AR Info Box 1
 AR Info Box 2

If the book comes up, check the cover and the author’s full name to make sure they match the book you are reading, then copy down the test number. Bring it to school and you can take the test when you’re done enjoying your book! Our library has access to every AR test that has ever been created – so read, baby, read!


Library Mission Statement

The mission of the David L. Rainer Elementary School Library is to create a welcoming, vibrant, student-centered learning hub at the heart of our school.  We endeavor to foster cultural and aesthetic appreciation, inspire intellectual curiosity, promote ethical standards, and nurture a deep and abiding love of reading and literature. We are a collaborative, integral part of the instructional program, dedicated to providing our learning community with meaningful instruction, enriching resources, and supportive services, while considering the varied interests, abilities, and maturity levels of the pupils served.

Further, our purpose is to ensure that our students are empowered with information literacy skills – acquiring, analyzing, and utilizing information - and are motivated to become productive, independent, lifelong learners, for the betterment of themselves and their communities in the 21st century.

This mission recognizes the essential role of the school library program in the educational process as students reach their full potential.