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Library Hours and Information
The Library is open during school hours from 8:20 am - 2:40 pm.
Readers Access is during recess, students must have passes.
Students are currrently permitted to take out 1 book, for 1 week, not including textbooks or other books required for homework.
|Grade||Reader Measures, Mid-Year
25th percentile to 75th percentile (IQR)
|1||Up to 300L|
|2||140L to 500L|
|3||330L to 700L|
|4||445L to 810L|
|5||565L to 910L|
|6||665L to 1000L|
|7||735L to 1065L|
|8||805L to 1100L|
|9||855L to 1165L|
|10||905L to 1195L|
|11 and 12||940L to 1210L|
There is no direct correspondence between a specific Lexile measure and a specific grade level. Within any classroom or grade, there will be a range of readers and a range of reading materials. For example, in a fifth-grade classroom there will be some readers who are ahead of the typical reader (about 250L above) and some readers who are behind the typical reader (about 250L below). To say that some books are "just right" for fifth graders assumes that all fifth graders are reading at the same level. The Lexile® Framework for Reading is intended to match readers with texts at whatever level the reader is reading.
MetaMetrics® has studied the ranges of Lexile reader measures and Lexile text measures at specific grades in an effort to describe the typical Lexile measures of texts and the typical Lexile measures of students of a given grade level. This information is for descriptive purposes only and should not be interpreted as a prescribed guide about what an appropriate reader measure or text measure should be for a given grade. NOTE: These bands do not represent performance levels or performance standards. They provide descriptive information and are appropriate for norm-referenced interpretations only
The tables below show the middle 50% of reader measures and text measures for each grade. The middle 50% is called the interquartile range (IQR). The lower number in each range marks the 25th percentile of readers or texts and the higher number in each range marks the 75th percentile of readers or texts. It is important to note that 25% of students and texts in the studies had measures below the lower number and 25% had measures above the higher number. Data for the reader measures came from a national sample of students.