The Beacon School Library not only provides resources, but seeks to create a community of lifelong learners. Our library information center is the heart and hub of a school-wide inquiry based curriculum designed to support, influence, and shape the classroom experience.
Library Services: The Jonathan A. Goldman Library
- A user-friendly physical space designed with a set of aesthetics in mind to promote curiosity, learning and quiet study.
- A collection of resources, print and non-print, (including JSTOR!)
- A program to facilitate teacher/librarian collaboration to insure that the library program and the collection are integrated with all learning activities within Beacon.
- Textbooks for all classes available for student use in the library.
- Over twenty-five computers with Internet connection for reference and word processing.
- A teaching area with Promethean board and projector.
- A small conference room for student and faculty use.
- Approximately 50 magazine subscriptions of curricular and general interest.
- College search materials.
- SAT, Regents, and AP prep materials.
- A collection of DVD’s and videos including many PBS documentaries.
- Two photocopy machines.