WELCOME TO THE MHS LIBRARY HOMEPAGE
WELCOME TO THE MARYVALE HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY
HOME OF THE FLYERS
LIBRARY HOURS ARE FROM 7:30 a.m. - 2:10 P.M.
AFTER SCHOOL HOURS ARE ON TUES AND THURS 2:10 P.M. - 2:45 P.M.
To find books and materials in the HS Library click on the Destiny Discover app below.
Log In Information:
Username: Last name, first initial
Password: Last four numbers of your student ID
Students can log in to put books on hold, request books, or see due dates.
See Ms. Marciniak or Mrs. Schmidt in the library for help.
DESTINY DISCOVER - Provides one interface for easy access to all of the library's print and digital resources, including eBooks, audiobooks, and subscription databases.
SORA - Provides instant access to all e-books and audiobools available throught the MHS Library.
Sources for Students During COVID-19
1. Project Gutenberg
Access over 60,000 free books through Project Gutenberg. Project Gutenberg has free books on fairy tales, mythology, classics, sci-fi, history, crafts, gardening, memoirs, space & astronomy and much more!
Audible has now made hundreds of titles available for free during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit stories.audible.com from any web browser to get started. No log-ins, credit card or passwords needed.
The JSTOR database has made more articles accessible to the public amid the widespread clsoure of universities. The database, frequently used by university students for resarch, has over 6,000 ebooks and over 150 journals available.
4. Khan Academy
Khan Academy is a free, education-based site which offers online courses, lessons & practice. Khan Academy is frequently used for mathematics review and practice, and breaks down these subjects so students can learn at their own pace.
Skillshare is an online learning platform, offering online classes from professionals from the art, photography, business, and technology fields. Although some videos can only be accessed through a paid subscription, there is some free content available for users to access if they want to learn a new skill.
6. 120 Digital Resources for Home-Schooling: Special Education, Social and Emotional Learning, and More