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Yulupa Library

library search buttonThe Yulupa School Multi-Media Learning Center (MMLC), also referred to as the Library, contains a collection of over 18,000 items including books, magazines, videos, CDs, models, and other multi-media teaching materials. The collection covers the curriculum as appropriate for the grade levels served at the school. The library collection catalog is fully automated and can be accessed via the Internet and from every computer in the district and outside the district. There are six student computer terminals in the library that offer the automated card catalog, Internet access, and word-processing capabilities.  Each class has a weekly session in the library. The library iconlibrary program consists of reading stories related to the curriculum or featured authors, library skills lessons, book awards, diversity, and discussion of holiday celebrations and seasonal events, such as African-American History Month, The Great Kindness Challenge Week, Women's History Month, Poetry Month, Earth Day, Endangered Animals Day, etc.  Every year, the students participate in the California Young Reader Medal voting.

Yulupa Contact Information:  Ms. Tiersa Filippetti   Library Media Specialist • • 707.542.6272 x 243



Strawberry Library

library search buttonThe Strawberry School Library contains a collection of over 15,000 materials covering the curriculum appropriate for each grade level served at the school. Our collection catalog (OPAC) is fully automated and accessible via the Internet from any computer in the district and outside the district. The library and the computer lab share a building complex that allows integration of both programs giving library students access to the automated card catalogue, the Internet, and word-processing.

The weekly program is broken down into three essential parts. In the first part, specific genres or authors are highlighted and students are given a chance to recommend their own book choices. In the second part of class, students use searching skills to find books and research class projects. The last part of class is devoted to reading! book icon

“Students will read if we give them the books, the time, and the enthusiastic encouragement to do so…To keep our students reading, we have to let them.” -Donalyn Miller, The Book Whisperer: Awakening the Inner Reader in Every Child





Audiobooks are a great addition to a student's reading and help with both focus and reading comprehension.

Here are a few no-cost options:




Hoopla has audiobooks and ebooks. Hoopla has limited options but offers streaming, so multiple students can listen or read the same book at the same time. 

Step-by-step instructions for student registration & access

Hoopla Audiobook Login Information - Google Slides




Libby also has both audiobooks and ebooks, however, Libby does not have licensing for streaming, so it works similar to a physical library, with only a small number of copies available at a time. Students may have to put books and audiobooks on hold and wait a short while for them to become available. 

Step-by-step instructions for student registration & access

Libby By Overdrive Login Instructions - Google Slides




Don’t forget about Student OneCard, which also provides great library access for students!

Step-by-step instructions for student registration & access

Student OneCard Login - Google Slides





This link will also allow you to browse our books that have a corresponding Accelerated Reader test. When you are in the Strawberry Library page, click on the tab that says AR. From there, put in your student's book level, and search by subject or author. You can also click on the Strawberry AR Tests page link above to select a pdf file with all Strawberry AR tests, sorted either by author, subject, or level. 





Back to School eResources from Your Library – August 1, 2023


A logo with a person in the middleDescription automatically generatedThe Sonoma County Library provides online educational resources for learners of all ages, in English and Spanish at

A Sonoma County Library card is the key to accessing the library’s free digital resources. Get a library card at any library, or try a temporary eCard to borrow electronic resources for up to 120 days.


School-Age eResources

  • MakeMake is a digital library with Spanish-language eBooks for children, including exciting animated and interactive books. MakeMake also includes resources for parents and educators to help develop Spanish language literacy in children, from birth through elementary school.
  • provides free online access to 24-hour essay and resume review, career tools, and study resources.’s expert tutors offer one-on-one, real-time tutoring in over 40 subjects and test preparation areas.
  • Britannica School offers thousands of up-to-date, curated, and curriculum-relevant articles, images, videos, audio clips, primary sources, maps, research tools, websites, and separate databases for elementary, middle, and high school.
  • National Geographic Kids features books, videos, magazines and pictures produced by National Geographic for children.
  • Find educational eBooks and eAudiobooks, and stream movies, music, newspapers and magazines, with eResources like hoopla, Libby, OverDrive and Kanopy. Enjoy children’s and teen collections.

Adult Education eResources

  • Adults can earn a high school diploma for free with Career Online High School. Featuring a flexible timeframe and an online classroom environment, students can complete coursework according to their own schedules.
  • The Sonoma County Library Adult Literacy Program provides one-on-one tutoring for adults who want to improve their English language and reading and writing skills. Call 707-544-2622 for more information.
  • LearningExpress Library features nearly 1,000 online tutorials, practice tests and eBooks.
  • Learn business, technology and creative skills with LinkedIn Learning’s video tutorials.
  • Students of any age can connect with free tutors and more at
  • Great Courses are expertly produced audio and video courses by professors such as Neil DeGrasse Tyson.


Yulupa Technology Lab

Yulupa Elementary School's technology education experience is designed to help students learn and achieve the educational goals of the Bennett Valley Union School District. Kindergarten through third grade classes visit the computer lab weekly. The curriculum involves appropriate training so that students learn to use technology as a tool for research, writing, assessment, academic skills development and practice, communication, etc.  All students have access to computer technology and filtered Internet from each classroom, library, and computer lab. 

Yulupa Elementary Students will...

  • Explore how people create, use, and control technology
  • Apply knowledge in mathematics, language arts, social studies, science, health, and fine arts in solving problems associated with technology
  • Use tools and materials to explore personal interests with technology
  • Exhibit self-confidence through the use of technology

Yulupa Contact Information:  Mr. Morris Paschall • Computer Lab Instructor & Network Technician • • 707.542.6272 x 242



Strawberry Technology Lab

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Fourth through sixth grade classes visit the computer lab weekly. The curriculum involves appropriate training so that students learn to use technology as a tool for research, writing, assessment, academic skills development and practice, communication, etc. Our "K to the 8 th" program teaches state technology standards within the other areas of the curriculum.

wifi iconAll students have access to computer technology and filtered Internet from each classroom, library, and computer lab.  Strawberry has virtual field trip and video conferencing capability as well as wireless internet. See additional information about the District program below. 


The district's comprehensive technology plan includes a specific emphasis on supporting reading instruction, including the use of Accelerated Reader in grades 1-6, and the Follett library system in both school libraries. While technology cannot replace a skilled teacher, the effective use of well-designed technology-based supports can provide additional resources for students, especially those potentially at-risk for reading failure. Currently, the district uses technology to: match student reading levels and text difficulty for supplemental reading using Accelerated Reader; provide assessments to monitor student progress; provide additional differentiated practice in skills, strategies, etc.; provide access to informational and research sources/websites for teacher and students; and enhance communication and promote the sharing of data, problem -solving, etc. among district professionals and parents.