The Libraries of White River Valley School

The primary purpose of our libraries is to encourage, promote, and support literacy skills across the curriculum and through leisure reading

Primary grades Kindergarten through fifth grade meet once a week for lessons and book check out. Each class reads a short book or passage followed by an activity related to literacy and library skills. Students also learn how libraries are organized and how to find books, research skills, technology skills, and digital literacy skills.

To learn more visit the Royalton library webpage at :

And the Bethel library webpage at :

Kate Lucia: Librarian, Royalton Campus
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Kate joined White River Valley School in 2013 as the Library Media Specialist. Prior to working at WRVS, Kate was the Program Coordinator for an alternative education school. A native Vermonter, Kate enjoys reading, swimming, walking and spending time with her family and friends. She can be reached at

Angela Smith: Librarian, Bethel Campus
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Angela started working at Bethel in 2021. She is the Librarian for both the elementary and middle school. She loves reading, baking, family history, and traveling. She has visited 5 continents and 46 states. She has been married for 20 years and has 5 children, a cat, and a dog. She has been living in the Upper Valley for 18 years. You can reach Angela at