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    Click Here to Learn How to Request a Book for Curbside Pickup

     

    got books?

    If you have any CMS library books, please return them
    to the CMS office Monday through Friday from 9 am to 3 pm.

    This includes library books, textbooks, music books, band books, and classroom book sets.

    Click the Images Below to Visit Our Virtual Library

    Take a Library Break   eBooks and audiobooks



    Stop by our Take a Library Break site any time you need a break. You’ll find
    digital escape rooms, STEAM challenges, books to listen to or read
    free online, virtual field trips, ways to be a digital citizen, a craft
    project, trivia BOOM cards, and news for teens.

    Need a book to read or listen to, check out our
    Free eBooks & Audiobooks site too!


    Enjoy!
    -Mrs. Huggins

    Go to Take a Library Break or Go to Free eBooks & Audiobooks

     

    Bookworm

    During our extended break, CMS students may
    access public library online resources

    like eBooks, audiobooks, movies, tutorials and more!

    Link for Instructions on How to Apply

    CMS students, you must be logged into your school Google account to access these instructions.

    Note: If you already have a public library card, you already have access and should not apply again.

     

    Bookworm

     

    Thank you for supporting our recent Scholastic Book Fair
    and helping us purchase new books for our students!

     

    Bookworm

      Welcome to the CMS Library!

    navclass  libcomputers  readers
           The library - 
    • Welcomes students every morning from 7:20-7:40 for homework, browsing, reading, research, projects or just hanging with friends.
    • Has a collection of over 10,000 titles including fiction, non-fiction, reference and a section devoted to "Teen Issues."
    • Supports the Lexile Framework for reading.
    • Provides a computer lab for classroom sign-up.
    • Provides 7 library computers for individual work.
     
     
     

    Canvas Student Login Link

     

Last Modified on October 13, 2020