SHS LIBRARY NEWS: November 2023

Starting this week, the library will be CLOSED after school, every Tuesday & Thursday, in addition to closures Wednesdays after school.

2023-2024 SHS Library Hours

Reminders:

  • Return your library materials in a timely fashion and without damage, so that other students (and staff!) may also borrow these items.
  • As a safety protocol, ALL students must sign in and out of the library, including students with Running Start schedules, OPEN periods, travel/WANIC periods, etc. Attendance will be verified. Please provide any signed passes to library staff. Attendance will be verified.
  • ALL students must enter through the Main Library doors to sign in. Please do not let your friends through the south EXIT doors.
  • Food & drinks are not allowed inside the library. We have many classes & events scheduled in the library and need to keep the space clean.

Check out our NEW book displays!

  • Spooky Reads for Fall
  • Fall Reads
  • November is Native American Heritage Month

Refer to helpful library links below:

  • Visit Destiny Discover to search for physical books in our library.
  • Visit Online resources!
      • KCLS for online resources (educational databases, stream movies & music, online tutoring help, e-books & audiobooks, etc.
      • SORA app for e-books & audiobooks

DESTINY LOG IN | SHS LIBRARY NEWS | ​KCLS LOGIN​ | KCLS LOGIN HELP ​SORA APP

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November is Native American Heritage Month

November has become the month of recognition for the significant contributions Native people continue to make to our country. Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with us! Learn about Native American culture, religion, literature, art, and so much more. For book suggestions, visit our Destiny Discover Native American Heritage Month Collections.

 

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The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.