Granada High School Library

Library Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday

7:30-4:00

Wednesday 7:30-3:00

Teaching students to access, evaluate, and ethically use information


Announcements

  • Do you know what books you have out? Would you like to place a hold on a library book?

To check your account:

      1. Go to the library homepage (you’re here!).

      2. Click “Search the catalog.”

      3. Click “Log in” in the upper right hand corner.

      4. Your username is your Google (Chromebook) username, and the password is your Google password.

      5. From the menu (three lines) in the upper left hand corner, click “Checkouts” and “Fines” to check the status of your account.

      6. You can also use Destiny to place holds on library books for pickup by clicking "hold" on a book's record. Once you place a hold, wait for Ms. Eads to contact you to arrange for pickup.

Please click here to watch a video on placing holds on books during

distance learning.

  • Running out of reading material? Remember the digital library is open. Check out teen books in Overdrive, via the Livermore Public Library.

  • We are excited to announce that all LVJUSD students are part of the Student OneCard program! This program is a joint venture between LVJUSD and the Livermore Public Library to allow your school ID card to double as a Livermore Public Library Card! More information is available on the One Card web page.

  • We now have a color printer in the library! Color printing is 25 cents per page, and black and white printing is 5 cents a page. Please see Ms. Eads or Ms. McGowan for access to the color printer.

  • Follow the Granada Library on Twitter and Instagram!

  • Literary Society rates the books we read. If you're looking for your next book, check out our ratings. Come join us Wednesdays at lunch in MM-3.

What's Ms. McGowan Reading?

Just Finished:

Americanized: Rebel Without a Green Card by Sara Saedi

Now:

The Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz

Up Next:

Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder

































Photo by Granada High student, Lexi Borgna