• Welcome to the Parmer Lane Library!

    Classes in the library

    Essentials, pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade will come to the library on a regular schedule for storytime lessons and to check out books. Older grades will have regular check out times and will schedule lessons to fit with their classroom curriculum and to work on projects. Students may also visit the library individually to check out new books with teacher permission.

    Library catalog from home

    You can access the Library Catalog from home. Log into ClassLink or click hereClick on Parmer Lane Elementary. Students can log in with their student number and computer password.

    To place a hold: Search for the book you would like by title, author, or topic. Click on the blue title to read more about the book and click the Hold button if you would like it.

    To check a what materials they have checked out, when materials are due, and if they owe fines: click the "My Info" tab.

    Ebooks and digital audiobooks

    Log into ClassLink to get to Sora, Epic, EBSCO K-8 Ebook Collection, Tumblebooks, National Geographic Kids, and more! The Sora collection can also link to the Pflugerville Public Library's digital collection.


    If you are looking for books for your AR level, you can check the AR BookFinder. To see what we have at Parmer Lane, go to the catalog and next to Reading Programs, click Accelerated Reader. Then you can put in your reading range!

    Overdue and damaged books

    Please help your child take care of our library books. Keep books in backpacks and away from food, drinks, pets, and younger children. This helps them come back to school everyday so students can read or return them and reduces damage. Please notify me right away if anything happens to your child’s book so that I can try to repair it.

    Students can keep books for two weeks. Students cannot check out new books until until they take care of overdue or damaged books. I will save books students choose for three school days.

    There are no fines for overdue books, but if you cannot find a book or it has been damaged, you will have to pay for repair or replacement. You can create an account and pay from the Web Store on the district’s Parents tab. Payments in cash must be for the exact amount, because I do not have change. Refunds can be issued for payments over $5 if the materials are found and returned in good condition within one year of the payment (not including online fees). We can also make arrangements to reduce a fine or for a student to work it off if you contact me.

    Parent Accounts

    Would you like to check out additional books to share with your children at home? Contact me to set up your own account! You can sign in to brows in the library or email your request and I can send them home with your child.


    If you would like to donate books or maker supplies, please let me know!


    Volunteers help our library program run smoothly, especially during book fair and other library events. If you would like to volunteer, please fill out the annual background check at www.pfisd.net/volunteers. Then contact me and we can find a way for you to participate!


    If you have questions or need help, please call or email.

    Stretch your mind! Read a book!

    Mrs. McCoy



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