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While you are remote, learn to use SORA- our district's FREE audio and digital online reading app!

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The Parkview Library is now hosting the R.E.A.D. (Reading Education Assistance Dogs) program! Each Wednesday Quincy and Lizzie (along with their highly trained handlers) come to the Library to read with Parkview students. The students light up as they read to these loving and attentive certified therapy dogs. We are very fortunate to have this program at our school. Read more about it at

Dog in the library



Code week:

Writing code is what software engineers do to create fun apps and games! You can try it too! 

Use this link to practice Dance Party (the example we played with in Library class):

Or, go to to explore on your own! Have fun!

Next Book Fair TBA!

Useful Links:

  • Parkview's Library Catalog – Parkview’s Library is online. Search for your favorite book, or see what new books have arrived!


  • Utah’s Online Library – This Online library has many great references and tools. Please contact Mrs. Furman for the login and password information.


  • Sora App- Access audio and e-books 24/7 using your school login information



Meet Mrs. Furman, Parkview Librarian:

Ms Furman

I am delighted to be the Library Media Specialist at Parkview Elementary School. I spend my days looking for ways to get good literature into the hands of our students and helping them to stay curious and connected. I teach reading engagement, media literacy, and research skills to students Pre-k through 5th grade. My background includes 10 years of teaching 4th grade and 4 years of teaching kindergarten. The library doors are always open so stop in to say hello, search the catalog, research your curiosities, trade book recommendations, or simply to enjoy a peaceful space. 

Mrs. Furman's email:

Mrs. Furman's Zoom Room:

Parkview Library Media Center Mission Statement:

The School Library Media Center provides curriculum support, research guidance, enrichment through literature appreciation, and other learning experiences to the students, faculty, staff and patrons of the school community. The Library fosters a positive environment that encourages inquiry and discovery through the use of organized accessible resources. The School Library Media Program teaches students to be independent lifelong seekers of knowledge who are capable of information retrieval and who value libraries and learning.


Contact the Library Technology teacher Mrs. Furman with additional questions.