Gladstone School and Public Library
300 South 10th Street, Gladstone,MI 49837
Fall/Winter Hours: (September-May)
Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Summer Hours: (June-August)
Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.
The Gladstone School & Public Library is proud to serve the students and community by providing current books, magazines, and the latest in technology. Our holdings include over 46,000 volumes, fiction and nonfiction books, books on tape/CD, a Michigan history collection, a Native American collection, DVDs, music CDs, magazine and newspaper subscriptions, and the Delta Reporter on microfilm. We also have free downloadable books and magazines. Services we offer are photocopying, faxing, Internet access and Microsoft Office Suite programs. We have laptop for in house use along with wifi for your device. In addition, we offer young children's holiday, special occasion, summer reading programs and book fairs.
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Our Holiday Story Hour will be December 10, 2016.
Our Spring Story Hour will be April 29, 2017.
Our Kick-off Summer Reading Program Story Hour will be June 21, 2017.
Our Ending Summer Reading Story Hour will be August 9, 2017.
Our Fall Story Hour will be on October 21, 2017.
Stories will be read, music enjoyed, crafts made, snacks eaten and book check-outs.
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Kids, Code, and Computer Science magazine is a bi-monthly online and print magazine about learning to code, computer science, and how we use technology in our daily lives. The magazine includes hard to find information, for example, a list of 40+ programming languages for education, coding schools, summer tech camps, and more.
Click on the link below for free downloadable E-books & audiobooks from our library:
Great Lakes Digital Library
Click on link below to explore computers and devices that can be used to get your free downloadable E-books and Audiobooks.
Device Resource Center
SCOLA is a non-profit educational organization that provides authentic foreign language resources (videos and materials) in more than 175 native languages. SCOLA's mission is to help the people of the world learn about one another; their cultures, their languages and their ideologies. SCOLA emphasizes the importance and effectiveness of modern information technology as a tool in overcoming barriers to global understanding and will remain at the forefront of its application.
Learn How to Become
LearnHowToBecome.org a non-commercial organization, provides detailed insight into approximately 50 of today's most popular career fields. Each career page has its own customized "how-to" guide, which then dissects each of the educational and professional steps needed to enter the field, including coursework in high school, a college degree, on-the-job training, apprenticeships, and professional exams and certifications. For those interested in the bigger picture, each page includes resources and tools specific to the career in focus:
- A directory of campus and online programs from accredited colleges and universities, related to the career
- A tool comparing salaries in the profession across the U.S. vs other related career
- Job growth information and data
- Professional resources
Michigan Electronic Library (MEL)
When it asks your driver's license, please enter and you will have access to all databases without passwords. Databases that can be used from school or home with a Michigan's driver's license.
(Test prep & practice work for any grade)
Opposing Viewpoints in Context
(Sites that will help you write that paper, prepare for your next test, and be successful academically.)
Renaissance Home Connect
(Parents check out your child's Accelerated Reader progress)
(Any problems getting into program, please email Lori at LWELLS@gladstone.k12.mi.us)
Digital Public Libraries of America
A free comprehensive college search tool
Michigan Activity Pass (MAP)
Over 50 cultural partners in our program, that span the state from Monroe to Benton Harbor to Mackinaw City to Marquette, and all points inbetween. All public libraries in Michigan, approximately 400, will be included n the program. Library patrons will use their valid library card to reserve and print their pass, either from home or at the library.
Michigan Authors and Illustrators Database
ExpressSOS: Michigan Secretary of State new online services
Michigan’s Secretary of State Office has a new online service called ExpressSOS. A"Rock the Vote" program will be promoted at this website, with voter information about registration, precinct locations, sample ballots.
Michigan Legal Help Website
The Michigan Legal Help website was created to help
people who have to handle simple civil legal problems without a lawyer.
Delta County Birth, Marriage and DeathRecords Database
4C-U.P. Great Start Collection
IRS Federal Tax Forms
All federal forms and publications can be viewed and/or downloaded here.
Michigan Tax Forms
All Michigan forms and instructions can be viewed and/or downloaded here .
MedLinePlus Encyclopedias Newspapers
Search Engines Magazines StudentResources Government
Teacher Resources Reference Sites District Page
Alumni/Gladstone Schools Library Tutorial Donations
Geneology of Michigan and the Civil War
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