The Lincoln-Erdman School Library welcomes students and staff to utilize our ever-growing and changing collection of reading and learning materials. All classrooms are scheduled for a weekly visit to allow time for students to choose books for pleasure reading. During research units, students have access to a wide variety of books and online resources to assist in their discovery of new knowledge.
Mrs. Jaeger is the full-time library assistant and technology, support person. Ms. Vollmer is the librarian and is here on Friday. They work together to encourage and support life-long reading habits, help students and staff locate materials in the library as well as online resources. Ms. Vollmer is at three other libraries in the district throughout the week but can be reached by email anytime.
Student use of the internet at school is governed by the Acceptable Internet Use and Safety Policy 7450. This policy can be found within the Sheboygan Area School District policies.
Parents must give permission for their children to use the internet as a learning resource while at school. Permission is given by completing form 7540 - Elementary School Student Agreement and Permission Form for Internet Access. This form can also be found within the Sheboygan Area School District policies under Forms. This form is typically provided as part of the registration process.
If you have questions about your child's internet use while at school, please contact the school office.
Students in 4K, Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade have carts of iPad minis available for classroom use. Students use the devices for extra practice, enrichment, or reinforcement of taught concepts.
Third, fourth, and fifth-grade students utilize Chromebooks in the classroom to enhance their learning. At the elementary level, the Chromebooks remain at school for use.
In middle school and high school, Sheboygan Area School District students are issued Chromebooks for use at school and at home. Student Chromebook use is governed by the Chromebook Policy Handbook.
Here are two websites that might help you find ideas about books to read:
A Book and a Hug: This site has lots of lists and ways to find books. It also has a short quiz to help you find out what your reader personality might be.
Brightly: Here is a site your family can visit for lots of ideas.