Library Learning Resources for Extended School Closure

Suggested Daily Activities for Students:

  • Daily Reading!

    • All students K-8 should be reading a minimum of 20 minutes per day.
      • Online resources are available to assist with access to reading materials:
        • EPIC E-Books students may access over 30,000 e-books, audio books & videos. Use class code xhv7492 to access Mrs. Nash's class link.  Students may search by AR reading level, interest or genre.
        • Tumblebooks Tennessee Electronic Library offering free access to their Tumblebooks e-book library for elementary through teens.
        • ReadWriteThink!Engaging, age appropriate ways to usher your child into a vibrant reading life!
        • Scholastic New learning journeys every day! This link includes four separate daily learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video. Kids can do them on their own, with their families, or with their teachers. Just find your grade level and let the learning begin! 
        • Storyline Online Storyline Online is available 24 hours a day for children, parents, caregivers and educators worldwide. Each book includes supplemental curriculum developed by a credentialed elementary educator, aiming to strengthen comprehension and verbal and written skills for English-language learners.
        • Teach Your Monster to Read Covers everything from letters and sounds to reading full sentences.
        • Audible-Popular audio book site offering free selection of stories while school is out.

    Daily Keyboarding Practice!

    • All students K-8 should be practicing their keyboarding skills a minimum of 20 minutes per day.  
      Please visit Keyboarding Links for a list of free programs by grade level that Ridgeview students already use at school to practice keyboarding. 
    • 4th-8th grade students have accounts on . If they need help logging in, use the following guidelines to help them remember their credentials:
      • username: 1st initial and full last name
      • password: rves (for all accounts)
    • Please contact Mrs. Nash at for any assistance needed with accounts.

    Visit and Create!

    • LiveScience-Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM) activities, virtual museum tours and more!

    • Common Sense Media-list of free online activities !

  • Welcome to Ridgeview Library Media Center!

Our Mission


    The mission of the Ridgeview Elementary School Library Media Center is to provide media and services for the education, amusement and intellectual development of our student body, staff and community.  



  • The library media center is a growing, automated resource with over 17,000 books and instructional materials.


    Our students have library lessons each week and have open access to the Media Center at all times during the school day. 


    Books are checked out for a two week period. K-1st Grade check out one book each time they visit the Media Center.  2nd-8th Grade check out two books each time they visit the Media Center.  

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What's New at the Library?


    New York Times Bestselling Author, Margaret Peterson Haddix Visits Ridgeview School!

     Author Luncheon

    Bestselling author, Margaret Peterson Haddix visited Ridgeview School for a literary celebration on March 10, 2020.  Margaret is the author of more than 40 books for kids and teens, including Running Out of TimeDouble Identity; Uprising; The Always War; the Greystone Secrets series; the Shadow Children series; the Missing series; the Children of Exile series; the Under Their Skin duologyand The Palace Chronicles. She also wrote Into the Gauntlet, the tenth book in the 39 Clues series.  Her books have been honored with New York Times bestseller status, the International Reading Association’s Children’s Book Award; American Library Association Best Book and Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers notations; and numerous state reader’s choice awards. They have also been translated into more than twenty different languages. More information about the author and her books may be obtained by visiting


Media Specialist

Mrs. Lori Nash

Phone: 423-788-7340


Degrees and Certifications:

B.A. English-East Tennessee State University M.A. Educational Media and Technology-East Tennessee State University

Mrs. Lori Nash

Mrs. Nash has been teaching in the Library at Ridgeview since the school opened in 2008.  She was born in West Virginia, but has lived in Tennessee for 28 years.  She has worked in higher and elementary education for 21 years. She enjoys travel, READING and spending time with family!

Media Center Assistant

  •  Mrs. Beth Lewis

    Media Center Assistant


    Mrs. Lewis  has worked in Washington County Schools for 17 years.  She serves as District Administrator for Renaissance/Accelerated Reader. She and husband, Douglas are proud parents to Brandon, Courtney and Noah.