Partnership of Howe ISD and the City of Howe
"Libraries allow children to ask questions about the world and find the answers. And the wonderful thing is that once a child learns to use a library, the doors to learning are always open." - Laura Bush
The Howe Community Library provides service through books, technology, and activities in order to promote the desire to learn and grow. As students develop a love of reading, it becomes a habit, providing students with a greater chance of success in school and in life as they ultimately develop new understandings about the world around them. Our focus as a library is to develop educational technology and research skills while ultimately fostering in our students a lifelong passion for learning. Students who successfully use technology to acquire information are more likely to lead successful, meaningful lives in the 21st century.
The Howe Community Library strives to support not only the curricular, informational and research needs of our students and faculty but also their recreational needs by maintaining a collection that is both multi-ethnic and multimedia. All children deserve equitable access to information, and the school library can provide the resources and tools required for learning in a stimulating and safe environment.
315 S. Collins Frwy, Howe, TX 75459 | Phone: 903-745-4050