Welcome to the Pine Tree Elementary School
    Media Center!
    We are excited to help develop your child's love of READING and LIBRARIES!
    Mrs. Ann Bieber                                      Mr. Kyle McKinney
    Media Center Assistant                           Media Center Assistant
    544-6500 x6531                                      544-6500 x6531  
    Mrs. Bieber My name is Ann Bieber and I am excited to work with your child in the Media Center this year! My goal is to introduce your child to the wonders of the LIBRARY and to encourage an early love for reading. I am originally from Ohio and graduated from Ohio University in 2005. My husband and I have two daughters and reside in Brownsburg. In my spare time, I love to spend time with my family, travel, and READ (of course!). 
    Media Center Schedule
    Classes will visit the Media Center during their specials time Monday-Friday for a 9 week quarter rotation. 
    Quarter 1 (7/29-9/25):              Quarter 2 (9/28-12/18):        Quarter 3(1/5-3/12):         Quarter 4 (3/15-5/27):
    McKibban (4)
    Sloan (K)
    Allspaw (2) 
    Each day will have a different theme:
    Monday- Multicultural Monday
    Tuesday- STEM/STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, (Art), Math) Day
    Wednesday- Library Day (books are returned and check-out)
    Thursday- Computer Lab
    Friday- FUN Friday!
    Check Out Procedures
    • Students may check out two books per week. They may check out additional books for any classroom project (up to four books on account)
    • Kindergarten students may check out one book per week for the first 2 weeks. Once they are used to check in and check out procedures, they may check out two books.
    • Students are expected to return their library books on Wednesdays. They are allowed to renew their books, as long as another student has not requested the book. Returned books will be isolated in a sealed tote for 72 hours before checked in and returned to the shelf for circulation.  
    • Please help your child keep track of their library books. They can return them to their backpack when they are done reading them at home or have a special bookshelf for them. I depend on parents to help teach their child how to take good care of books, so we all can enjoy them.



    Helpful Links:  

    Destiny Discover (Library Catalog search for students)

    Avon-Washington Township Public Library

    2020-2021 Young Hoosier Book Award Nominees

    ACSC 2020-2021 School Calendar

    ACSC Student Page

    The mission statement for Avon Community School Corporation Elementary Library Media Program is to assist students in the development of the skills necessary for independent life-long learning. Emphasis is placed on the appreciation and enjoyment of literature and the motivation of reading for pleasure as well as for learning information skills. The media center staff provides access to materials in a variety of formats and works with educators to incorporate computers, technology and video production to enhance their curricula.