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Welcome to RLS and EILLMS Media Centers!


Stevenson Elementary 

~Work Hard. Be Kind. Be Safe.~

Edison Intermediate & Larson Middle School

~Caring. Honest. Respectful. Responsible. Safe.~


The mission of EILMS and RLS media programs is to ensure that all students and staff have the opportunity and skills to access, evaluate, and use information effectively and ethically. The Library Media Specialist plays a critical role in the introduction of new learning technologies, support of the curriculum, and the teaching of information skills in a positive learning environment in which all students can become independent, lifelong learners.  


Please click the resource tab to the right for curriculum and helpful educational websites. 






Ask the Librarian

Ask Mrs. Jump questions by emailing her, and then

check back here now and then to see if your questions have been answered.



Thanks for supporting the EILLMS library.  We have so many awesome new titles.  Everyone is welcome to check them out.  
Happy Summer!  Summer reading supports the educational growth and development of students as lifelong learners.  Summer reading helps to maintain the child's reading level,  thus ensuring a smoother transition from grade to grade.  Summer reading fosters choice, encourages appreciation of literature and enhances learning.  Please check out the Little Free Library located at EILLMS and RLS.  
Welcome to the 2015-2016 school year.  It is going to be a "hoot and a holler" in the media center.
The Little Free Library is in full swing! There are books for all ages.  Check out Caroline as she explores the many different titles! 
The Scholastic Book Fair was a huge success.  Check out my Photo Album page to see more pictures!

Little Free Library Video

The fourth and fifth graders have been working on creating Little Free Libraries to place in the community. They have collaborated with Mr. Gintert and senior Ellie Macleod who will be building the structure using the high school's new CNC router. Check out this video to see the machine at work!