• Everyone reads in the library.

    Where students become effective users of ideas and information.   
    The Olympic View Library is open from 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. First through fourth grades may visit in the morning to checkout or return books, quietly read, or play in the library's makerspace area. The makerspace is full of kits and games that help students develop their spatial skills that will help them with their STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) knowledge and understanding.
    Olympic View students visit the library each week to learn literacy and library skills, hear about great books to read, and check out books. Students may visit the library to checkout books any day of the week before, during, or after school. 
    Visit the Technology Resources page for skills you can practice at home, or visit the Symbaloo links that are available on OVE's Chromebooks. 

    Sno-Isle Libraries Student Account - Free student resources provided by our local public library. Students can access databases for free and checkout books.

Catalog Information

  • Use the library catalog (Destiny) to locate books in the Olympic View Library. The catalog provides access to books and other resources.

    Library Search

    Students learn technology skills in the library.  


  • Mrs. Ashley Green is our librarian. She is passionate about reading and how it can transform a child's life. The daughter of a teacher, she grew up and became a teacher as well, and then became a librarian. She looks forward to helping students develop the skills they need to be critical thinkers and researchers. Learn more about Mrs. Green here. 

    Please contact Mrs. Green if you have questions or requests. 

    Mrs. Dee Dee Uranga is our library assistant.