The CHS Dragon Library is open 24/7! Use the links to navigate our resources.
Hours for the physical library are 6:30-2:30, Monday- Friday. We will be open till 3 on Tuesday & Thursday afternoons.
Students may use the CHS Dragon Library before school, during lunch period, and during Study Hall. Study Hall students may use the library with a pass from the Study Hall teacher.
Students may come to check out a book or to find a quieter place to study or read. Students may print from their OneDrive accounts from a library computer at a cost of 10 cents per page. In addition, classes will sometimes visit the library for instruction or research.
Book a study room with this link: Study Room. Before signing up, please be sure you are on the correct page for study room "A," "B," or "C."
Checkout up to 5 books for a two-week period. Books may be renewed as needed if no one else is waiting for the books. A fine of $.10 per school day is charged for overdue books.
Librarians are Mrs. Haggard and Ms. Cozzens.
ACT Information Night: The CHS Dragon Library, in cooperation with the Collierville Burch Library, is hosting an ACT Information Night on Tuesday, September 25, in the CHS Community Room. Time is 6 p.m. and both students and their parents are invited to attend. Both libraries have free ACT prep resources to share that will help students make their best scores. In addition, the Burch Library will have staff on hand to register people for a Collierville library card. Please click on the link to register for the event: ACT Night
BATTLE OF THE BOOKS interest meeting.
Our school has a Battle of the Books team that engages with other area high schools in a spring competition. We spend the time leading up to the Battle reading from a list of eight books and practicing potential questions. Interested students are invited to a first meeting from 2 to 3 on Tuesday, September 18 in the library. Please click on the Battle of the Books tab at the right to download a commitment form and find the list of books. Cost is $10, which covers a t-shirt and snacks the night of the Battle.
Reading can help develop empathy, so September's DRAGON READING CHALLENGE is to read a book about a person who is different from you. Post your comments on Schoology. You can also make a FlipGrid by clicking on the link on Ms. Cozzens' library page.
And be sure to come to the library during your lunch on Sept. 28 to share about your book at our Wrap Party! We're hoping to connect with another school using technology to share our books with them.
Driving test in your future? Click on the link below or on the page listed at the right to practice for your driving test!