Verdugo Hills High School

Welcome to Verdugo Hills High School Library & Research Center

 
 
Help us buy new books by supporting our fundraisers!
LOVE OUR LIBRARY will fund a subscription for a monthly new non-fiction YA book from Junior Library Guild
Also check here to see our latest DonorsChoose Campaigns for the Library and Book Club
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Library Hours
Mon-Friday: 7:30 am - 3:30 pm 
Late Start Tues: 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

See Schedule for Weekly Closures and Special Events

 
 
Class Visits
Teachers, before scheduling a class visit, please review the library visitation policies. To schedule a class visit, please fill out the library visit request form. 
 

 

Schoology and Google Classroom

Check your grades on Schoology (requires LAUSD email address).
Follow these instructions to use the Schoology App. 
Parents, follow these instructions to link to your child's acct.
 
Turn in assignments via Google Classroom
 

Ebooks Promo 2 from Ms. Cheby on Vimeo.

VHHS now offers all students free ebook access through Open Ebooks
Watch this video for more information / See the librarian to get your Access Code and PIN
 
I believe the library is for student and staff use. I encourage everyone to visit the library to check out books, use computers, work on homework and projects, or relax.   
 
 
In order to maintain our ability to provide free and confidential access to print and digital resources for personal interest or curricular needs and in-person and/or online guidance in evaluating and using information for academic and personal use. 
 
Please see below for visiting policies, library etiquette, and resource use policies.
 
 
LIBRARY ETIQUETTE:
  • Work quietly and be respectful of the other library patrons
  • Handle materials with care to keep our collection diverse and useable. Please do not eat and drink in the library to prevent accidental spills and crumbs.
  • Leave your area clean and return any chairs or materials to their proper place. Materials should returned at the circulation desk or in the designated boxes if you are not checking them out. 
  • If you do not know how to use something, please ask for assistance.  If something seems to not be working, please notify the librarian so it may be fixed. 

VISITING POLICIES

Students:

  • Students are welcome to use the library during non-class time.  If you have an open period, please have your ID and/or class schedule.
  • To use the library during class, you must have a pass with your name, date and time, and teacher's signature. 
  • Teachers should not send more than 5 students at a time to the library. All names must be on the pass.
Class visits:
  • Teachers may schedule time for class visits, collaboration sessions, and orientations by with Ms. Cheby via email, phone, or in person.
  • To sign up for a class visit, please fill out this form. 
Clubs and Events:
  • Clubs and special events may contact Ms. Cheby via email, phone, or in person to book library facilities. 
RESOURCE USE POLICIES
 
CIRCULATION
  • Students must have a current school photo ID to check out materials.
  • Books/Audio: Students may check out up to five items for two weeks. If your account is in good standing and you need additional books for class assignments, please see the librarian to check out more books.
  • USB Drives:  One per student may be checked out for up to 5 days.  See below for overdue fine policy.
  • Materials may be renewed as long as there is not a hold on the item.
  • Reference: Some reference materials may be checked out after school for overnight use, but they must be returned before homeroom the following morning.
  • Holds: See the Circulation Desk for information about putting a hold on an item that is already checked-out.
FEES
  • Overdue materials are charged 10 cents per day, per item. The maximum fine per item is $5.00. Weekends and holidays (or days the library is closed for events or testing) are not counted in assessing fines.
  • Lost and damaged books will cost the current replacement price of the book, including vendor book-processing fees (the standard cost $25).
  • Students must pay the recorded cost of the book for lost or maliciously damaged books.
COMPUTER USE
 
 
For technical problems with library equipment, please submit a report.
 
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