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Mr. Ramirez, school librarian

Dear Euclid Family,

My name is Joel Ramirez and I have the great privilege of being your school librarian. A little about me: I have been working as an elementary school librarian for LAUSD for the last 5 years; have experience working at public libraries;  was born in Boyle Heights; and have an education in Library and Information Science. 

As your school librarian, my goal is to provide students access to books, information, a safe welcoming space, and to inspire in them a lifelong love of reading/learning.

Reading is essential for academic success and lifelong learning. Reading must be nurtured by parents from a young age. Please take time to read with your child. Create a library of books at home. Find out what they are interested in and look for books about that topic. 

The school library's doors are always open. Please feel free to stop by after school to browse for books together with your child. We have a wonderful school library with an amazing and ever growing selection of books. 

If you have any questions, or would like to volunteer to help at the school library, please contact me at: 

Thank you for reading! Read on! 

-Mr. Ramirez 1/30/23

Euclid Library

Welcome to the Euclid Avenue School Library Webpage! :^)

Library Aide : Joel Ramirez


School Library Hours: Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Tuesday: 8:00 am - 2:30 pm

Euclid Library Mission Statement and Vision Statement 

Mission Statement: To provide students, staff, and the community with a dynamic, relevant, and up-to-date collection; and a safe, inviting, and welcoming space in order to ensure student success and to nurture a love of discovery, reading, and learning.

Vision Statement: The Euclid Library will aspire to find new and innovative ways to support the mission of the school and to empower students through building its collection; providing equity of access to books and unique library programming; and offering an overall space conducive to learning, creativity, and kindness. 


What's New at the Library?

lapl visits euclid avenue elementary

Librarians from the Los Angeles Public Library (LAPL) visited Euclid yesterday, December 1, 2022, for storytime, crafts, games, and free book giveaways for classes TK-2nd. Children's Librarian Jessica from the Malabar Library Branch taught students about the public library and read some awesome stories followed by Christmas themed art crafts taught by Outreach librarians. Our little Panthers had such a blast! Thank you so much LAPL for visiting our school! We hope to see you again :^) 

57 boxes of shiny new and awesome books! 

library family visits

The school library will now be open afterschool Monday through Friday for students and families to browse and check-out books together. Come by to see our wonderful library, see the new books, meet the librarian, and go on book journeys with your little ones!  




Book Delivery!

Euclid Elementary School Library received a giant shipment of brand new library books this November thanks to funding provided to refresh school library collections. The majority of titles delivered were non-fiction books. If you have not signed and turned in a library permission slip to check-out books, now is the time!  A second and third order consisting of fiction and picture books are currently on their way! :^)

new spanish section

Spanish books now have their very own section in the school library, making it easier for students and staff to locate them. Yay! Spanish books were previously shelved alongside English books. Come and check them out sometime!  



The Scholastic Book Fair is coming back! SAVE THE DATE for February 13-17th and get ready to empower your little Panther with book choices. The Winter Book Fair will run from 8:00am -3:00pm. Volunteers are needed to help with monitoring, restocking, and helping students find good books. 

If you would like to sign up to volunteer, or start exploring the catalog with your child, please visit our Book Fair homepage: