• Welcome to Southview School's Library Media Center! 

    We aim to guide students and staff to be effective users of ideas and information. Our program helps promote a love of reading in all of our students. Within our walls, students travel to wonderful worlds, explore historical events, and experience life through the eyes of others.

    Our Library Media Center offers a wide range of resources, like:

    • Classroom read-alongs
    • Library skills training
    • Liaison services for local libraries
    • Sora - free digital access to thousands of eBooks and audiobooks
    • Assistance finding books and other media
    • So much MORE!


    Come visit Southview's Library Media Center or reach out to our librarian with additional questions or requests.

A Message from the Librarian

  • Winter Reading Challenge 2023-24

    Posted by Loretta Schnurbusch on 11/17/2023

    Winter Reading challenge

    Join the Winter Reading Challenge at the St. Louis County Library! All ages are welcome to join, with the challenge running Dec. 1 - 31. Everyone who reads gets a chance to win prices. Books can be tracked online or through an app. For additional details and directions on signing up, please visit SLCL's website.

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  • Southview Student Ben Oelzen Donates Books

    Posted by Loretta Schnurbusch on 5/26/2023

    Ben Oelzen shows off the label inside one of the books he has donated.Southview High School student Ben Oelzen, has donated several books to the school library! Ben earns money by doing chores around the home. He decided which title he would like to purchase with his own money. With help from his mom, Ben orders online. It's a very exciting day when Ben proudly presents the latest book to Ms. Kay Glass, Southview library clerk. Ms. Kay catalogs the title, puts a label on it, and places the books on the shelf for student check out.

    Ben with his donated collection of booksNot only does Ben supply good books to our school - he regularly shares his read-aloud talents with his classmates and teachers. Southview is proud of Ben and his love for literacy. Thank you, Ben! 

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  • Summer Reading Fun!

    Posted by Loretta Schnurbusch on 5/19/2023

    St. Louis County Library Summer Reading Club All Together Now June 1 through August 5St. Louis County Library’s popular summer reading clubs kick-off on June 1 and run through August 5. The programs offer great prizes for the whole family! Register through St. Louis County Library's website.

    Everyone who signs up will receive a free book, and there will be drawings for other prizes through the summer.

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Library Staff

Library Guidelines

  • Library Hours: 8:45 AM -3:35 PM

    In general, materials may be checked out for the length of time noted below.

    • Books — 2 weeks
    • DVDs — 1 week