The library at Spring Dale strives to make resources readily accessible when and wherever they are needed to enhance and promote the total growth and development of our students. With an enormous seating capacity of around 120 seats, this alcove comprises of books, magazines and journals pertaining to an array of subjects including the Time Magazine, IT and CSE publications.The library endeavours to provide students with opportunities to learn how to utilize materials in a variety of formats to access information so that they can continue lifelong learning.
We also try to inculcate the value of reuse and recycling in our students and keeping that in mind, students of Spring Dale Senior School distributed water bottles and lunch boxes among the students of Citizens’ Forum Vidya Mandir, Maqboolpura, while the school authorities used the discarded books to create a book bank.
Mr Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale Senior School, inaugurated the book bank. On Friday morning, students associated with the Youth For Change, Health and Wellness Club and Photography Club were seen marching towards the school’s storeroom where they collected the discarded water bottles and lunch boxes, which were later distributed among students of Citizens’ Forum Vidya Mandir.
The students gave a talk on health and hygiene, besides apprising the students at Maqboolpura of the need to be well-versed in English. Meanwhile, the staff and students associated with the literary club, collected unneeded books, which were dropped into a box constructed for this purpose.The library staff has been entrusted the responsibility for checking the box daily and collecting the books dropped in it. Mr Sharma said that the water bottles, lunch boxes and books were the ones that were still in a good shape, but were not used by the students anymore. He added that the aim behind this move was to avoid wastage and put discarded things to good use.