Whitney High School

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Library Hours

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instagram logoOpen: 7:15 AM to 3:30 PM (including most Articulation Mondays)
  
* Library closes at 3 pm on 1st & 3rd Wednesdays (Faculty Meeting Days) *
 
 
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Library Staff

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Library Technician: Patty Golditch Library Aides: Carrie Dick, Kellie Schulz

Information

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  • Check-out two, non-textbook materials at a time. Three-week check-out period, with renewals available (need not have book in hand to renew).
  • Students can log into the library catalog to renew their books.
  • Courtesy emails are sent every Thursday morning reminding those with library books they will be due in the upcoming week.
  • Limited eBooks are now available. 
  • Late fines for overdue library books: 10¢ per day, per overdue book.
  • Printing in the library is by permission, to a limit of six (6) pages. Sign in is required to use one of the two desktop printing computers.
  • Library chrome books are available for in-library use. Check-out hourly using student ID card.
  • Limited cell phone use in the library for school research, to read a book or to quietly listen to music using earbuds: no texting, phone calls, games.  
  • No food in the library. Water bottles must have secure lid.
  • Students must have a signed and dated pass to use library resources during class.
  • Students on off-period must sign in at front desk and follow school rules.
Check out the Online Databases for Secure and Scholarly information!
WHS Library Account

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Students - You can now view your WHS Library Account Online!
 
Click Here for Access
 
Click on LOGIN icon in upper right of Library Catalog screen
User name = @rocklinusd.org email address
Password = birthdate (including 4 digit year, no spaces, no leading zeros)
 
Have any questions? 

Please email Mrs. Golditch or call (916) 632-6500, ext 6412.


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