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​To Bairdmore Library Learning Commons



Mission Statement
Pembina Trails School Division  is dedicated to educational excellence through challenging and enriching experiences for all in a safe and caring community.





Nestled in the heart of Richmond West, Bairdmore Elementary is home to 410 students with a staff of 47 dedicated educators with a creative, warm and caring approach to working with students and families.



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Bairdmore Library
Learning Commons Resources

Both Courtenay Sweeney, Library Technician, and Alison Bodner, Teacher-Librarian are fulltime in the Bairdmore Library Learning Commons.   

All classes at Bairdmore School have book exchange once a cycle.



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Destiny Discover gives you access to what resources are available from Bairdmore Library Learning Commons. Click o the Destiny Discover icon to access the database.



The goal of the library program at Bairdmore School is to meet the needs of the students and staff members, while incorporating the literature, information, and 21st Century Learning Skills outlined in the current information skills continuums. This is most successfully done through co-operative program planning and resource-based learning.

M.Y.R.C.A. aims to promote reading and Canadian literature by giving young people the opportunity to vote for their favourite Canadian book from an annual preselected list. students in Grades 4 - 6 vote for their favourite Canadian book from the Sundog Nominees. The books are nominated on their quality and reader appeal. Any student who has read or heard read at least three or more titles from the list, by the April deadline, may vote for their favourite Canadian book.



All MB students who have read or have been 
read at least 3 titles may vote.

 3 books = 1 vote

6 books = 2 votes

Voting for 2021 winner will open in March. 




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