We are here to partner with all area schools and invite you to inform us of any large projects your class will be pursuing or any other informational needs that we might assist you with in your role as educator. (Please take a look at our Teacher Alert Form.) We would be very glad to hear from you.
Please let us know about up-coming assignments so that we may better serve you and your classes and ensure a positive library experience for your students. If you have copies of bibliographies that you would like to share with us, they would also be helpful. Download the Assignment Alert form and send it by
mail: Patricia Slater
Redford Township District Library
25320 W. Six Mile Road
Redford Township, MI 48240
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Schools, daycares, scout groups and other community organizations are encouraged to bring their classes to the library for a visit. Please call 313.531.5960 ext. 117 to schedule your class visit. A children’s librarian will be happy to tailor your visit to your needs. Children may receive library cards if they are Redford residents or attend Redford schools.
Library card applications are required to be completed by the children’s parents before the class visit as library staff is unable to process so many new cards at one time. Thank you.
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If you teach with books, NoveList K-8 Plus is the place to go for inspiration and education. Need lists of books by topic or unit of study? We have ready-to-go materials that are quick and easy to use. Need books for your lessons that meet Common Core State Standards? We have Curriculum Connections and other materials that will get you started.
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