Grant Library

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To search for books available in the Grant library, follow these steps:
Step 1: Click here
Step 2: Click on the "catalog" button
Step 3: Search for books by title, author, keyword, or subject
  • The library is open for student and faculty use most days from 8:00am-4:00pm
  • You can visit the library before school, during lunch, and after school
  • You can visit the library during class time with your teacher OR with a pass from your teacher
  • On Tuesdays, shortened days, and minimum days, the library will close at the end of the school day

Book checkout Information:
  • You need your Grant I.D. to checkout books
  • You may checkout 3 books at a time
  • You can keep the books for 2 weeks (if you still need them, you can renew for another 2 weeks)
  • If the books are late, you are fined .10 for each day the book is overdue (not counting weekends, school holidays, and any time the library is closed)
  • Your individual book fines will never go higher than $5
  • Please do not be afraid/embarrassed to turn in late books...time gets away from all of us!
Computer Use:
  • You may use the computers and printer for school work
  • There is no charge to print
  • Please do not eat or drink ANYTHING (not even water) when using the computers
Staff Bio.
My name is Mrs. Cover and I am excited to be your teacher librarian here at Grant! I have been at Grant for 17 years total--10 years teaching English and 7 years as the teacher librarian. I also taught English for two years at a neighboring school before returning to Grant.
I earned my BA in English, my single subject teaching credential (English), and my Master's in Education (English Education) all from Cal State Northridge. I earned my teacher librarian credential from San Jose State University.
I hope you love Grant as much as I do and will visit the library often! I am here to help with research, finding books, and to support your learning in any way that I can. Please feel free to come see me at any time with any questions you may have.