Lillian A. and George L. Clarke Library

The Lillian A. and George L. Clarke Library provides students and faculty resources and services for learning and entertainment. Each student comes to the library weekly to check out books for personal use. Students select and check out books and have a story time or a lesson. The library is open to all students and faculty for enrichment. 

Project renovations and upgrading are constant in our library in order to provide the most efficient library possible. Currently, we are building a new MakerSpace which will enhance classroom curriculum studies and allow more hands-on learning experiences for our students. 

We host a multimedia center that offers teachers and students a variety of curriculum enhancing options such as Wireless Computer Options, Videos, DVDs and Digital Presentations. We also house one of the largest Guided Reading Libraries in our area. 

Please consider yourself invited to all of the many literary excursion we offer during the school year, such as our Fall and Spring Book Fairs with Family Nights, Dynamic Dad and Kids Night, and other literacy evenings as planned throughout the year. 

New this summer! We will have special summer reading times for St. Cyprian's students! More information on this exceptional Summer Reading Program will follow later in the year.

Library Goals:

  • Students have a comfortable environment and appropriate materials to research,  study and enjoy in the library.
  • Students recognize books as a source of pleasure and knowledge.
  • Students are independent and responsible library users and readers.
  • Students are supportive of peers’ activities in the library.

Library Programs:

  • Bluebonnet, Caldecott and Newberry Award Books and the Texas 2 X 2 Reading Program (Independent Reading)
  • Dynamic Dads and Kids Event – A fun filled evening for Fathers and their children promoting literacy and the importance of Father’s in the lives of their children.
  • Monthly Reading Awards
  • Celebrity Guest Readers
  • Local, State, National, and International Author Visits
  • Book It Program Sponsored by Pizza Hut
  • Reading Programs (B4K, Very Ready Readers, Read Around Texas, Club 15)
  • Recycling Book Program (Helping to start new libraries in the area for needy organizations and also helping to rebuild libraries due to the natural disasters)

Library Technology:

  • Follett Destiny Library System with WebPath Express
  • Internet access
  • Word processing
  • Library tutorial
  • Scholastic Reading Counts – Supplemental Reading Evaluation Program

Scholastic book fairs:

Scholastic Book Fairs are held each fall and spring. Each Book Fair typically last one week and offers a variety of books for children of all ages. Parents are asked to volunteer throughout the week and are encouraged to attend Book Fair Family Night to shop. A percentage of book sales helps us grow our library.


We would be honored to place a book or books in the Lillian A. and George L. Clarke Library in honor or memory of your special persons, friends, or family members. Drop your donation off in the office or the library - designated. There is not a more positive way to remember or honor that special person than placing a book in our library that children will enjoy for years to come.

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