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Summer Reading

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SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens. SYNC will give away two complete audiobook downloads a week - pairs of high interest titles, based on weekly themes. Sign up for email or text alerts and be first to know when new titles are available to download at www.audiobooksync.com.

Need something to read? Students may check out up to 8 books from our library to read over the summer. The books will be due on the first day of school, August 23rd. The library will be open for students to check out books from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm on Wednesday, June 13 and Wednesday, July 11. If these days are not convenient, students may contact Mrs. Powderly via email at shellypowderly@notredamecape.org to schedule an appointment.

The Notre Dame High School Library Media Center prepares dynamic learners in an information rich environment to be resourceful, reflective, and responsible readers and users of information.

Whether you have an assignment, research paper, project or just need the answer to a question, the library is open 7:30 am until 4:00 pm. Space and resources are available to conduct individual research, to work quietly with a friend, or to read for personal enjoyment. The library staff can help you access a broad range of resources including the online card catalog, reference materials, various databases, and useful internet websites. The Media Center houses an almost complete collection of school yearbooks and historical artifacts dating back to 1934. Stop by to check out Notre Dame history on display.


Notre Dame is a Google Apps for Education school. Twenty-four desktop computers are available in the Media Center for students to use with various software programs, access the online research databases, log onto Google Apps, or use the Internet for class projects. Thirty laptops/chromebooks are available for students to check out and use in the classroom as necessary. Students must have the Electronic Information Resources Contract on file before using the computers. Food and drink is not permitted around the computers. Computers are for ACADEMIC USE ONLY.


The Notre Dame Library maintains a comprehensive and diverse collection of both print and digital content. The library's fiction section mixes classics and the latest young adult literature, while the non-fiction collection combines great sources for projects as well as personal enrichment. The library also contains an extensive collection of Spanish and French books which are utilized by the foreign language classes.


Students have access to a printer/copier in the Media Center. The cost is 5¢ per page for black and white copies, and 25¢ per page for the color copies. The printer/copier can also be used as a scanner. Students can scan information to a flash drive or email documents to themselves without cost. This equipment is for ACADEMIC USE ONLY.