Library

Mrs. Dobitz and Mrs. Pahl in the library.Welcome to the Oakes School and Public Library page! Our library is located inside the Oakes Public School, just off of the Central Office. For public use during school hours, please first stop and sign in at the Central Office to get your visitor’s badge before entering the library. Thank you for helping to keep our school safe!

Krista Dobitz, School Librarian

Jeanine Pahl, Public Librarian

Shirley Bendewald, Library Aide

For more information, feel free to contact us via the email links above, or by telephone at 701-742-3234, ext. 155.

Search

Click here to search the titles at Oakes School and Public Library. Once the Alexandria screen displays, click “Researcher” and then type your search request.

Search Our Collection

Helpful Links

Feel free to use the Library links listed below. Please note that you will be leaving the Oakes Public School’s website by clicking any of the links.

Accelerated Reader Book Finder

Library2Go

ODIN Databases

Current Events: On This Day

Check out TutorND, a great tool recommended by Mrs. Pahl. User: 2312500112975 Pass: Oakes

Another fantastic site to check out is Worldbook – Online version of the complete reference work along with dictionary, atlas, links, magazines, historical documents, audio, video, images, and 3D photographs.

User: oakesnd Pass: oakes58474

Virtual Learning Center

Click on the below items to be taken to the Virtual Learning Center!

Reading Culture

Knowledge Building Center

Experimental Learning Center

School Culture

Virtual Maker Space

2 thoughts on “Library

  1. Hello. I am looking for any kind of info on the Cain family that used to live west of Oakes, many years ago. early 1900’s. I’m not even sure of the spelling of the name.
    do you have any city history books that maybe would have the owners name of that farm????
    My family used to live there, would like to connect with some of their families. thank you. C&C

  2. Check with Dickey County Historical Society or Library of Congress’s Chronicling America – they have digital archives of newspapers that you can search through.

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