School Library


Our school library will be available for use by both Archway Trivium and Trivium Prep scholars. The book collection continues to grow organically — titles are acquired via grants or through donations from various agencies. Grants are either monetary, where we use the funds to buy books, or physical books donated by local city libraries. We will continue to add a variety of age-appropriate reading material for all scholars, both fiction and non-fiction. We also hope for the library to be a resource for the teachers, to aid their literature, history and science lessons.

The library depends on the help of parent volunteers to run smoothly. For further information about the library, volunteer opportunities, or book donations, please contact our School Librarian, Jodi Tinker, at

Library Checkout

Archway Trivium scholars will come to the library on a rotation schedule during their Literature time. They will be allowed to check out books approximately every 2 weeks. Teachers will communicate in their newsletters when their class is scheduled to come to the library. Please review the Library Checkout Policies below and talk to your scholars about good stewardship of library books.

Library Checkout Policies

Parents may elect to “opt-out” their children from library checkout. Students will still visit the library with their class, but will not be allowed to check out books at the parent’s request.

View Library “Opt-Out” Form here

Library Volunteers

Volunteering in our library is a great way to support Archway Trivium. We are currently seeking volunteers to help process books during class library visits on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Volunteers must have a current Raptor clearance and be trained in our library check out system to serve. Please contact our librarian, Jodi Tinker, for more information.

How Families Can Support the School Library

To make a monetary gift to the school library, please contact our Family Giving and Community Engagement Officer.

If you have any questions, please contact our school librarian, Jodi Tinker, at