The Library is considered the hub of student learning at Colegio Roosevelt.
Because we believe that reading is vital, curiosity inspires exploration, and information literacy is crucial, our school libraries cultivate inclusive, vibrant environments that are central to the social and academic life of the FDR community.
We do this by...
- Supporting the curriculum at Colegio Roosevelt
- Encouraging critical thinking and research skills through information literacy instruction
- Fostering a love of reading
- Providing a comfortable atmosphere for reading, study, and research for our community members.
FDR librarians work with teachers to help students develop a love of literature and to ensure that students learn the necessary research skills to be successful in school.
FDR parents and alumni are welcome to visit the library and borrow materials.
Colegio Roosevelt has three libraries to best meet the developmental and instructional needs of students. Visit each library’s website for more information.
Collection & Resources
The library collection at FDR includes over 50,000 books, periodicals, and professional titles. A variety of research databases support course assignments. Everything in our collection is searchable via our online catalog, linked HERE.
"The Audiovisual Department loans DVDs, audio books on CD, Kindles, globes, and other resources. We also provide multimedia projectors, document cameras, video cameras, digital recording equipment, sound systems, and other equipment. We offer videorecording and storage of school events.
Teachers, students, and parents are welcome to check out any item from the department's collection. In case of students, they are allowed to check out movies and Audio Books according to their age appropriateness (please refer to the MPAA Rating system). "