Our dramatically terraced, open-concept library and media center at Raffles American School contains a multitude of seating options for casual reading, a formal Reading classroom, and a variety of study rooms that offer students an inspiring atmosphere in which to study, research, and collaborate. From Kindergarten to 5th Grade, as well as in the EIP, students visit the library at least once a week for reading-centric lessons and to exchange books. Students are able to borrow two to five books depending on their grade level and parents are able to check out two books as well.
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The RAS Library POWER Standards are based on the
Core Beliefs of the AASL (American Association of School Librarians):