• Greetings from your Librarian / Media Specialist / Teacher, Stacey Schubert.  Just a little background information on myself:

    I am married to Sean Schubert, a teacher at King Tech and also an author!! We have twins who go to school at South High School.  Originally I am from Indiana, getting my teaching degree from Purdue University. We moved to Alaska in 1993.  I taught at Chinook Elementary from 1997 - 2017, grades 2-5.  I joined Fairview as the librarian in the 2017-2018 school year.   Please let me know if I can help in any of your library needs. 


    Click on link for my Library page.

    Mrs.Schubert's Library Page

  • Library Skills Taught:

    *Book selection, enjoyment & care

    *Authors & illustrators

    *Fiction vs. Nonfiction

    *Areas of the library

    *Developing research processes

    *Using a variety of materials to conduct research

    *How to use the ASD online Library catalog

    *Dewey Decimal System

    *Internet safety

    *and more!!


    Reading activities offered at Fairview:

    *Battle of the Books for 3rd - 6th graders runs               Oct. - Feb.

    *Family nights

    *Book fairs


    What to do if books are lost:

    1. Buy the exact same book to replace the lost one
    2. Buy a similar book to replace the lost one
    3. Look all around and find the original book…look under beds & couches.  Look in rooms, backpacks, classrooms, etc. 


    Replacement books should be turned into the librarian. 

    Hardcover books are usually about $20

    Paperback books are usually $7 - $10

  • A School Librarian Makes a Difference by:

    *Providing access to accurate & current information

    **Collaborating with classroom teachers

    **Teaching students how to locate, evaluate and use information

    **Encouraging and expanding recreational reading horizons

    **Selecting and purchasing resources that support and enrich the ASD curriculum


    How can you help?

    If you have time:

    **come in and help organize materials

    **help shelve books

    **assist in processing new items

    **repair damaged books

    **assist students


    No time?  We’re always accepting donations to help out our library collection!


    How to access the ASD library catalog:

    1. Go to the ASD website:  asdk12.org
    2. Under the heading Students, click on the heading ASD Library Catalog 
    3. From there, students can:                        ** look up a book at a school                   **put a hold on it (if they know their ID #)                               **use the Online Databases (EBSCO & World Book Online) to assist them in their work                                                   **access the Anchorage Public Library