Meadowdale High School Library
A place to inspire, explore, wonder, create and connect.
Library Hours: 7:00 AM-2:45 PM Monday-Thursday and 7:00 AM-2:15 PM Friday
We welcome students to visit before school, during lunch, after school, and Achievement Time. Passes are required during 1st-6th periods.
Tutoring Hours: 2:00-3:30 PM Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday
Tutoring is a Hazel Miller-funded program that is in the library.
Chromebook Office: 7:05 AM-2:00 PM each day
The Chromebook office is located on the left side of the library as you enter--last office at the end of the partition hall. Students are welcome to come to the Chromebook office before, after school, Achievement Time, and during both lunches. Passes are required during class periods. Emily Sutter supports our students with Chromebook issues.
Career Center: 7:05 AM-2:30 PM each day
The Career Center is located on the left side of the library as you enter--first office at the beginning of the partition hall, right beneath the American flag. The Career Center is your resource for opportunities outside of school including job hunting, volunteering, internships, and apprenticeships. Heather Neumann is the college and career specialist in charge of the Career Center.
Link to website: https://meadowdalecareercenter.weebly.com/
Librarian: Kris Maraveller
Library Information Specialist – Kris Maraveller
I have been at Meadowdale High School since 1996, the only school I have ever taught at! Originally from Colville, Washington, I moved to this area to attend Western Washington University. I started my teaching career teaching Life Fitness, then added Yoga. Then I moved to English--which was my major in college--teaching all grades at some point, but primarily 9th and 11th grade. I am also the head cross country coach in the fall and an assistant track coach in the spring. Both of my daughters graduated from MHS as well.
I have a passion for reading--especially historical fiction--and research, and I am excited to help
you find the sources that you need for your projects or the book(s) you want to read!
Mrs. Maraveller's Email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Library Paraeducator – Karen Surabian (12-1:45 PM)
The mission of the Meadowdale High School library is to empower the broad spectrum of students within the building to become life-long learners and readers who are active and engaged citizens of their community. The Edmonds School district is focused on creating graduates who are “ready for life” and able to navigate the information rich world and the library plays an important role in that mission by providing access to varied information and technology.
Meadowdale Library Goals:
To achieve this mission of empowering students, it is the goal of the library to support students through the following:
Provide a space where students and staff have access to information to follow their reading interests and learning goals.
Provide a space where members of the school community can meet to discuss, engage and explore ideas.
Provide digital and physical materials for the exploration of ideas that aligns with the curriculum and interests of the learners in the building.
Materials provided by the library need to be at multiple levels in order to be accessible and rigorous to the diversity of learners and abilities within the building including English Language Learners, Special Education Students and STEM students
Work with students and staff to teach informational literacy.
Be an advocate for reading and the appreciation of literature.