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The OSD Library operates as a school library for students from preschool to age 22. The library also serves as a center on deafness for information about deafness, deaf education, sign language, and deaf culture. The library is used by our students, teachers, deaf education professionals, parents, and the general public.

Materials can be sent by mail if the borrower lives 25 miles outside of Columbus. A copy of the borrower’s driver’s license is kept on file. OSD will send the item, and the borrower is responsible for paying the return postage. The OSD library and its patrons must follow all state and federal guidelines prohibiting unauthorized reproduction of any OSD library materials.The library is open after school for student use and for occasional evening special programs. Check the monthly recreation department calendar for dates and times of events.Visits may be scheduled by appointment.

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Deaf Collection
Deaf Collection
“OSD’s library has a special collection of books and videos related to deafness, deaf education, deaf culture, and sign language. The Deaf Collection includes both fiction and non-fiction resources for all ages, from infant to adult professional.”
Picture Books are great!
Picture Books are great!
“Picture books are great for everyone to enjoy!”
Beginning Reader Books
Beginning Reader Books
“Beginning reader books are shelved separately according to Accelerated Reader (AR) levels.”
Fiction Books
Fiction Books
“Fiction books, in hard-cover and paperback, range from early chapter books to young adult novels.”
Non-fiction collection
Non-fiction collection
“The non-fiction collection covers a wide range of topics. It includes many graphic novels, as well as biographies and poetry.”
Computers in Library
Computers in Library
“Computers are available for access to the library catalog, research on the internet, and taking Accelerated Reader (AR) quizzes.”
Students Enjoy Reading
Students Enjoy Reading
“Students enjoy reading on their own in the library. They also practice reading skills one-on-one with staff or adult volunteers during scheduled class visits.”
 
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Librarian Info:

Contact:

Nancy BooneNancy Boone, Librarian








Donna Henderson

Donna Henderson, Library Assistant










Voice (614) 728-1414
VP number: 614-678-5477

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