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CHS Dragon Library

The CHS Dragon Library is open 24/7!  Use the links to navigate our resources.
Hours for the physical library are 6:20-2:15, Monday- Friday.  We will offer extended hours on days before research papers are due.  Follow CHSBookEater on Twitter to find out about these days (and other library info.)
Students may use the CHS Dragon Library before school, during lunch, and during Study Hall. Lunch passes for each day are available at the beginning of that day.  Study Hall students may use the library with a pass from the Study Hall teacher.
Classes may come for instruction and research, desktop computers and the printer are in demand, and students may need a quieter place to study or read.
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. 
There is a charge of $.10 per page for printing.
Librarians are Mrs. Haggard and Ms. Cozzens.
New to our Library:  Click on the link below or on the page listed at the right to practice for your driving test!
Non-Required Summer Reading 2018. (#DragonsNRSR2018)
It's almost summer, and hopefully you (and I) will have time to catch up on a little reading.  Ms. Cozzens & I are encouraging students to participate in Non-Required Summer Reading.  You can see her post with suggestions at the right. And you can click on my post of suggestions, also on the right.
Why summer reading?  Because you can, because you have time, and because it's good for your brain.  Studies have shown that students who don't read in the summer lose many of the gains they made during the previous school year.  There's even a term for it: Summer Slide.  
However, summer reading doesn't need to be a continuation of what you're required to read in school.  And it can even be fun.  So we're calling it Non-Required Summer Reading.  We hope you will participate and that you'll post what you're reading with the hashtag #DragonsNRSR2018.  You can tweet your posts to CHSBookeater and I'll see them that way.  I look forward to seeing what you're reading and sharing my own summer reads!
PS. Where can you find books?
Two free audiobooks a week now through July:
Our OverDrive Library: Get eBooks and audiobooks here. You will need your login info.  User Name should be the numbers in your CHS email/Schoology account.  Password is your birthday in this format: 5/4/2002
Collierville Burch Library:  If you don't have a library card, this is a great time to get one!  The Library has a summer reading program for teens, and you can even win prizes for participating.  Also check out their bookstore, which is open Tuesday-Saturday from 11 to 5 for bargain books you can buy.  More library info at 

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