Welcome to the Mike chittom memorial Library!
We're so happy you're here - discovering all of our wonderful resources!
TCCL Summer Reading Program
Don't forget to be a part of this year's summer reading through the Tulsa City County Libraries. Just read or listen to eight books and visit any Tulsa library branch four times to earn a medal and coupon booklet with FREE stuff and discounts. Read 12 or more books to reach the bonus level and win an inflatable guitar. Plus, you'll be entered in the drawings for AWESOME prizes!
2019 Sequoyah Book Lists
Make sure you're a part of this school's year Sequoyah Awards. Just read (or listen to) three or more of the books on this year's list, and you get to vote.
This special Oklahoma Sequoyah Book Award is voted on by only the students of Oklahoma, no adults allowed. Authors will often state the recognition from their readers makes this award one of the highest honors they can wish to achieve. The Sequoyah Book Award has been around since 1959 and is the third oldest children's choice award in the nation.
Book Adventure A FREE reading motivation program for children in grades K‑8. Children create their own book lists from over 7,000 recommended titles, take multiple choice quizzes on the books they've read, and earn points and prizes for their literary successes. Book Adventure was created by and is maintained by Sylvan Learning.
Storyline This site features videos of famous actors reading favorite children's stories. This website is part of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists Foundation, which provides the free videos and activity guides. New story videos are added, so keep checking in.
The mission of the Tulsa Public Schools' Library Media Services is to promote the skills, experiences, and confidence that will enable children and young adults to use libraries and information resources for lifelong learning.
7:30 a.m. - 2:35 p.m.
Our library is named after Mike Chittom, a very dedicated volunteer in our school for over seven years. He passed away, January 18, 2008, leaving a hole in our school's heart. He is still greatly missed. Mr. Chittom was a member of the Downtown Rotary Club of Tulsa. He was much like the pied piper with our students and all of them followed him down the halls every time he walked through the doors. He spent time with students in third grade helping them learn to read. Our hallways are a much quieter place without Mr. Chittom in them.