South Shore PK-8

South Shore


South Shore Library

Welcome to the South Shore Library!

Mr. E stands in front of the Seattle skyline in a superhero mask with a book

I am so excited to join the South Shore Family! We are going to have a great time reading books, building and designing as well as enjoying this beautiful library together.


Kristian Englert, South Shore Librarian


Library Link

Library Link is an amazing collection of free resources newly available for our K-5 students!

Library Link is a collaboration between the Seattle Public Library (SPL) and Seattle Public Schools (SPS) which was previously only available to students 6-12. Now, all SPS K-12th grade students, teachers and staff can log in to access our online resources without signing up for a Library card.

This includes eBooks through Libby, animated picture books and nonfiction through Bookflix, movies and graphic novels through Hoopla, research databases, and much more!

Students: 990000 (four zeroes) followed by your 7-digit Student ID number to create a 13-digit number. Example: If your Student ID is 1234567, your Library Link account number is 9900001234567.

Mr. E Read Aloud Books

Library Resources

SPS Online Resources
The Seattle Times
The Seattle Public Library

Author Study
Moe Willems

Jon Scieszka

Christopher Paul Curtis

Jack Gantos

Elementary Report Resources
Zoom School
National Geographic Kids
Country Reports
Time: Kids Around the World
Science Kids
Fact Monster

Homework Help
King County Library
Seattle Public Library
New York Public Library for Kids

Xtra Math

Reading Boy’s Read

Social Studies
Washington State Facts

Washington State History

50 State Facts

World Atlas

Free Rice

US Presidents

The Story of Stuff

Just for Fun

More Things To Do

Volunteer Opportunities!

There are always volunteer opportunities. The Library is a good place to find answers to your questions regarding our school.

  • Ask about constant book care and circulation activities.
  • We also have a supply of PTSA enrollment forms.
  • We always need help re-shelving books.