Osmond Elementary School Library

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We believe that reading changes lives.  We aim to empower students and teachers to become independent, effective information seekers who love reading for both information and pleasure.

Resources for TEACHERS to Use During School Closure

Here are a few YouTube videos we have created to help you use digital resources to teach remotely.

How to create a QuickTime Player Video:  https://youtu.be/rN13M-M_DKo

How to post videos on your YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/NsB6d6LIFqQ

How to use the "disussion" feature on your YouTube channel to answer student questions: https://youtu.be/CdhtaWr9uiQ

How to find non-fiction ebooks using our Gale Resources Database:https://youtu.be/5mOUtNZKUns

Gale Database Research Tips and Tricks:https://youtu.be/YMulahSPwsw


Resources for STUDENTS to Use During School Closure

AR Testing from home

We are now set up to AR test at home.

- Go to: https://global-zone08.renaissance-go.com/welcomeportal/249699 to access the Renaissance sign-in page.
- Students will use their regular username and password.
- Mrs. Hunsaker has opened up the time restrictions so that they can test at more convenient times.
To access quiz numbers for all AR books:
- A "Quick Search" by title will work for most books you are looking for
- Choose "Advanced Search" to find specific non-fiction books and make sure you also list the author of the book

Looking for Reading Material?

Non-fiction Resources

  • Gale Resources Database:https://youtu.be/5mOUtNZKUns
    • the password to Gale Databases is: library
  • If you access our Gale Databases (see above link), there are thousands of non-fiction articles on every subject.
  • World Book Online- This site has a myriad of activities, articles, pictures and videos for student use

Fiction Resources



Library Staff

Danielle Call

I have lived in Star Valley for 25 years. I am married with 3 kids, one son in law, 2 dogs and 1 cat. I like to read, paint, listen to music, garden, landscape, laugh  and visit with family and friends around a good campfire. I love processing new books and working with the kids, helping them find “that one book.” The look on their faces when you find the book they want is priceless! I learn something new everyday and I hope that will continue through out my life. I hope that I am “making my mark” and leaving a positive impression. Not just on the kids but my coworkers as well. I love my job!! I am a HUGE fan of Osmond’s Library.

Shelly Hunsaker

My name is Shelley Hunsaker. I bring 17 years of library experience to my position as the District Elementary Media Specialist. When I am not in the library working with teachers and students, I enjoy quilting, camping, hiking, being with my family and of course reading!