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LIBRARY HOURS: Wednesdays and Thursdays 8 am to 3 pm. Hours are subject to change.

Wednesdays & Thursdays

8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.


*hours subject to change



  • Ms. Liza Hartman
  • Library Media Teacher


  • Please bring your ID card to check out books (three books at a time, books are due every three weeks)

  • You will need your district-issued email (ECARMS) account to log-in to the library's computers

  • Printing is available for academic purposes (10 page maximum)

  • You will be charged for items overdue by more than one year and lost/damaged materials -- see Ms. Hartman for information

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The library is the place to find books, computers, and printers...but did you know that it also offers so much more? 

Get personal assistance with finding that book or resource for that project. 

Not sure how or when to use the databases? Just ask! 

Your librarian is here to help! 


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Chat with a librarian Monday through Friday 11 to 1 pm and Saturday 12 to 2 pm. 
Ask Questions, get help with resources, find something to read and more.

Search Our Databases

  • In order to search GALE from home, use the password: raiders (all lowercase).
Gale Student Resources search
  • Use the student resources database as source of general information.  This is a great place to start your research!
Gale Opposing Viewpoints search
  • This database is great for researching controversial issues and for finding persuasive articles.                                                                                                                                                                                              
Gale Science in Context search
  • Here you can find the latest and greatest information on all things science as well as health and diseases.
Encyclopedia Britannica


ProQuest contains scholarly journals, newspapers, reports, etc in addition to millions of digitized historical primary sources and ebooks.  Items you find helpful to your research can easily be saved to your Google Drive.

NOTE: To access ProQuest from home: Username: esuhsd  Password: esuhsd


JURN is a database containing free academic articles and books. Finding what you need for your research project in JURN requires knowledge of search strategies such as Boolean, Wildcard, and Phrase searching.

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