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The ultimate purpose of the library media program is to prepare graduates who, by instruction and practice, have gained the ability to access, evaluate, select and utilize the most useful information from a vast collection of sources and formats.

It is the intent of the Pattonville School District Library Media program to provide the means for supporting students in their development and growth as life-long readers and thinkers. These means include:​

  • ​The integration of information literacy skills throughout all subject area curriculums.​

  • A resource-based approach to promoting information literacy by implementing a program based upon teacher/librarian collaboration. 

  • A wide range of resources, non-fiction and fiction, in a variety of formats to support subject area curriculums, personal interests, and recreational reading. 

  • Opportunities for students to cultivate a life-long appreciation for learning and reading through successful experiences in the Library Media Center. 

  • Current and reliable electronic resources including on-line subscription databases and equipment to meet the needs of students and staff, while supporting the district guidelines for Technology Competencies. ​

Library Catalogs

The Pattonville Library Website houses district databases and information useful for Pattonville students and staff.

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Visit to sign up for a free St. Louis County Library card and access their eBooks and audiobooks through Sora or through their website, access magazines through their Flipster app at the eMedia tab, as well as get free online tutoring from 10 am-10 pm every day. To get started with the tutoring, visit and log in with your last name, library card number, and PIN that you will set up when you apply for your library card. Watch this informative video to learn more about the County Library resources.