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Public library located near Yale School

The Columbian

WOODLAND — A public library is available next door to Yale School, east of Woodland, thanks to a partnership between the Yale Valley Library District, FVRLibraries and Woodland Public Schools.

The Yale Valley Library is located a short walk across a school field from the school, which offers kindergarten through fourth grade. Pupils visit the library regularly. Lesley Miller, senior branch supervisor for both the Yale Valley and Yacolt libraries, guides them through a variety of activities to familiarize them with how to use a library to find primary resources for reports and how to access books and other materials.

The library provides Wi-Fi internet access and features two dedicated computers for those who do not have their own devices. Additionally, patrons can check out Chromebooks and even wireless internet hotspots to take home, all free of charge.

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