This is where you belong.
Students may check out up to three books for two weeks. Books can be renewed as long as there is no waiting list. Sproul does not charge late fees; however, if a book is damaged or lost, fines will be assessed. WARNING: Sproul's library has a wide range of books for students. Many books are young adult, so if you check out a book that is not right for you, please return it and our librarians would love to help you find one appropriate for your reading and maturity levels.
Classes do not have a scheduled time at the library; however, the library is open before school, during lunch, and after school. Teachers also give students library passes during class, so just ask.
This year we are "getting booked" again. This time though, you have been time-warped back to the 1950's. You must read 25 books to get back to the present day. Use the links below to get more details about the challenge and to submit your summary after each book you read.
Want to read or listen to books on a device? Widefield School District 3 now uses OverDrive for eBooks and Audiobooks! Download the app and log in to start reading!
STUDENT LOGIN: UN: student ID PW: UPPER CASE initials + 4 digit number + lower case initials
STAFF LOGIN: UN: IC username PW: initials + 6 digit staff ID
Need more information or new to OverDrive? Need help?
EBSCO is a database used for research.
The username is sproul and the password is spartans.
Using EBSCO will also give you access to the following resources:
- Science Reference Center
- History Reference Center
- Points of View
- Consumer Health Complete
- Legal Information
- Small Engine Repair
- Auto Repair
Kristie Martinez, email@example.com
Anna Gordon, firstname.lastname@example.org