"I think that I shall never see, a place that's been more useful to me. With encouraging kind friends with wit Who tell me to dream big and never quit. It's only a room with shelves and books, but it's far more magical than it looks. " - Varda One
For access to online sources, click on the tabs below.
1. Please come prepared.
2. Please ask for assistance when needed.
3. Respect other library users.
4. Work quietly.
5. Please clean your area before leaving.
6. Lunch passes are required to remain in the library
during the lunch period.
Science Fair Projects Resources
Full-text articles from magazines and newspaper sources.
Britannica Online: The complete online encyclopedia
Annals of American History
Britannica Enciclopedia Moderna
Games, videos, and activities on a variety of subjects.
1. A valid student ID must be presented to
library staff for laptop use.
2. One student per computer at a given time.
3. Please report any damages or missing computer parts.
4. Searches are limited to school-related subjects only.
5. Browsing and checking email is allowed before or
after school and at lunch.
Get involved in your campus History Day Competition. The link below is loaded with information to assist students with history day planning, rules, and examples from past competitions.
Give Credit Where Credit is DUE!
"When it comes to writing papers students need to be able to understand how to cite their work. According to dictionary.com plagiarism is, the unauthorized use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as one’s own original work.” -WordPress
Internet Sites on Documentation Rules