Welcome to the El Capitan High School Library


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You can check any fine you may have using the online catalog, Destiny.
 
Instructions

Username: Student ID#
Password: initials+6 digit birthday (flmmddyy)


(Password help. Initials are lowercase and they are the first letters of your first name and the first letter of your last name. The beginning of my password would be 'co' for Chansamone O'Meara. If my birthday is April 15, 1997; my 6-digit password will be 041597. Use the number '0' for the single-digit month and/or day and it is the last two digits of your birth year. So my password is co041597.)
 
Reminders for Students:
  • Please have your Student ID card available because you will be required to electronically sign in at the circulation desk before school and after school.  (No sign in required at lunch)  You also need your ID card to check out any library books.
  • A library is a quiet place where you can come do schoolwork.  We have  every textbook available for students to use in the library.
  • Please enjoy your food and drink beverages outside of the library.  NO FOOD or DRINKS inside because we don't want to feed the bugs.
  • Books are checked out for 3 weeks at a time. If the books are late, there is a $0.10 fine for each school day (so check those due dates.)  Remember to come in on or before the due date to renew your book.  Students may check out 3 books at a time.
  • Overdue fines can be paid at the library or finance office.
  • Students can check out a Barnes N’ Noble Nook to read eBooks.  There are 8 Nooks with different genres of books on each Nook. 
  • You can find a good book in every section because we have recommendations in each of the fiction sections. Just look at the book spine
  • Students can also recommend a library book that would be a great addition to our collection.  Just fill out Library Request Form at the library or online.
  • If a book is stolen, it is still the responsibility of the student to pay for the book or to replace it. 
Student Computer Use:
  • Be empowered and be innovative. Do awesome things. Amaze us.
  • Be smart and be safe. Make good choices. Protect yourself and others.
  • Be careful and be courteous. Foster a community that is respectful, helpful, and kind. Act with integrity.