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Frequently Asked Questions About the Library  

Last Updated: Sep 21, 2012 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Library Hours


6:45a.m. - 3:30p.m.


6:45a.m. - 3:30p.m.


6:45a.m. - 2:45p.m..


6:45a.m. - 3:30p.m.


6:45a.m. - 3:30p.m.



  • We are located across the hall from the attendance and counselors' offices

  • We are also located next to the Career Center

  • The offices for the speech pathologist and community lab



Library Guidelines

  • Food o.k. during lunches. Drinks with a lid are o.k.

  • Maintain an "Academic Atmosphere"

  • Bring a pass signed by your teacher to use the library during class

    • Sign in at the check-out counter


Checking Out Items from the Library

  • Students may access our library catalog by:

    • going to the school website

    • highlighting the link resources and then selecting library

    • click on the link, Destiny Catalog from the menu of links on the right side of the library webpage

  • A student's ID number serves as their library card number.

  • Students may check out 3 items at a time.

  • Items may be kepts for 28 days before they need to be returned or renewed.

  • Student may also check out audiobooks from our NetLibrary. Click here to find out how to check out and download and audiobook.




Printing and Making Copies in the Library

  • We have two printers in the library on either side of the library. When printing, please choose RIV340A or RIV340B.

  • Items printed from a laptop in the library will print to our third printer on the laptop cart.

  • Students may print items at no charge.

  • There is also no charge to make copies using our copy machine. Please ask for assistance.




Teacher-Librarian: Mrs. Gallinatti

Library Assistant: Candy Gonzales

Library Assistant: Cathy Jenks



Organization of Materials

Items in the library are organized by the Dewey Decimal System. Each book is assigned a call number (acts like the book's address)

  • REF = Reference Books 9these cannot be checked out, but we will gladly make copies of whatever you need.
  • FIC = Fiction Books are imagined stories organized by the author's last name.
  • 92 = Biographies and are organized by who the book is about.
  • NON-FICTION are assigned a Dewey Decimal number and are organized by subject/topic.
  • Our periodicals (magazines and newspapers) can be found in our varous databases:
    • SIRS, Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center, Infotrac, Global Issues in Context, Proquest, & eLibrary



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