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Two Sentence Horror Story Challenge:

Submit your Two sentence horror story to the library by Oct 27th. Submit your story using this form
It should not be too gory and all must be original content created by the submitter.

Destiny Name Form

Destiny Name Form

Check Your Library Amount

Click on Destiny Discover. Click on Login. Sign in with Google. Use your school Google login. Click on "My Stuff".

If you choose Checkouts it will show you how many books you have checked out and when they are due. If you need to Renew a book, click on the three dots, then click Renew.

Click on Holds to see if your hold is ready.

Public Library Systems

Reading Recommendation Websites

Research Links for Students

  • Proquest Databases
    • Access to Proquest, eLibrary, SIRS Issues Researcher, SIRS Discoverer, and Culture Grams
    • There is also Ebsco. To reach Ebsco go into Destiny Discover. 
  • Gale in Context: Environmental Studies
    • Understand environmental issues that affect people globally through topic overviews, journals, news, and multimedia content.
  • Gale Interactive: Science:
    • Manipulate 3D interactive models to visualize and understand concepts in biology, chemistry, earth, and space science.
  • National Geographic Kids
    • Explore amazing adventures in science, nature, culture, archaeology, and space. Best for children aged 6 - 14. 
  • PBS Video Collection
  • Teaching
    • website for author research
  • Encyclopedia Britannica
    • online version of the Encyclopedia Britannica at 3 different levels
    • when not at school: user name is  santaclara, password is scusd
  • Big Timber Media  nonfiction e-books
    • User name is name of school. Pass word is our school mascot in plural form.
  • BrainPOP User name is name of school. Password is our school mascot in plural form
  • Sweet Search a search engine for which all the sites in it have been verified. 
  • Library of Congress - Digital Collectionis made up of searchable collections of written and spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music that document various points in history. Examples include Civil War Maps, Civil Rights History Project,  Ansel Adams's Photographs of Japanese-American Internment at Manzanar, Baseball Cards (1887 -1914, 2093 items) and multiple presidential paper collections.
  • Youngzine is a website that has current news articles written for students.
  • Pics4Learning is a curated image library that is safe and free for education. Teachers and students can use the copyright-friendly photos and illustrations for classroom projects, web sites, videos, portfolios, or any other projects in an educational setting.

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