Frequently Asked Questions
At the Regency Place Library, we encourage our patrons to embrace, empower, explore and ignite their indentities as readers & learners. With weekly visits students will have many opportunities to participate in standards based instruction, engage with a certified teacher librarian while selecting age appropriate reading materials, learn to be a responsible digital citizen while using current technological tools, and much more!
The Regency Place Library offers students, teachers, and parents flexible access by being open Monday – Friday from 7:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Parents are invited to visit the library after school to check out books.
For instruction, the library operates on a fixed and flexible schedule. Students in PK-fifth graders visit the library weekly for lessons and check-out.
All students have been taught how to care for their books once they have checked them out. We encourage students to keep their library books in their back packs when they are finished reading them each day.
Please talk to your child about a safe place to put their books so they do not lose them, and so that they are not damaged. By asking them to return their books on time and in good condition, we are teaching them to be responsible library patrons. If a book is lost, late, or damaged a notice will be sent home with the students.
Reading Challenges (PK-5)
Texas 2x2 Reading Promotion (PK-2)
Texas Bluebonnet Reading Award (3-5)
Read for the Record (PK-5)
Literary Pumpkin Patch (PK-5)
Storybook Character Week (PK-5)
Read Across America Week(PK-5)
Poetry Month (K-5)
Author Visits/Storytellers (PreK-5th)
Scholastic Book Fairs (3 per year)
Parents may sign up for their own library account. A parent account allows you:
* to check out up to 5 books at a time for 2 weeks
* access to Overdrive, the North East ISD eBook collection
Come by the library to sign up for library access.
**Note: If you have students attending different NEISD schools, you still only need 1 account.**