• Welcome to the Sitton library! 

    The goal of the school library is to empower people to pursue their own lines of inquiry and provide the foundational skills students need to become life-long learners. At Sitton, every student visits the library weekly with their class. During this time, they receive instruction on accessing and creating various types of media and have the opportunity to select books of their choice. 

    Concerned about your student's library account? The easiest way to check what materials they may have out of the library is through your student's My.PPS portal using the "Destiny" option. Select the "My Stuff" dropdown menu for current check-outs. Or, use this direct link, and don't forget to sign in using your student's information.

    The Sitton school librarian, Ms. Quinn, is a graduate of the University of Michigan School of Information, an avid reader and writer, and half-decent knitter. She can be reached at qsanford@pps.net 

    Summer Reading

    Looking to help your student keep reading over the summer? Ebooks on SORA and Destiny are available all summer long. SORA can also be downloaded to any home device and linked to your student's public library LIBBY account. Also, we highly encourage everyone to play the Multnomah County Library's Summer Reading game! Paper gameboards were sent home from school at the end of May (lost gameboards can be replaced at any library branch or the game can be played through the Beanstack app) and reading begins June 16th! 

    Summer Reading 2024 logo of a graphic of a fish on the left, otter in the middle reading a book and a fox on the right, with Multnomah County Library Read above, link to information about Summer Reading