This is where you belong

(Even During Distance Learning)
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.

Search for a book at the library:


​ ​Watch the video below to learn how to put a book on hold at the Sproul Library:

Read/Listen to new books online or download to your devices. Download the Sora app, choose Widefield School District 3, and log in with your School Google Log In.
Sora - The Student Reading App

Watch a video to show you how to use OverDrive/Sora to read on your computer.

I Need Your Help!

I'm getting ready to order new books for the library. Fill out this form so that I can buy your suggestions!

Suggested Books to Purchase

Ebooks and Audio Books using



Female Librarians with funny mustaches.


Kristie Martinez,

Anna Gordon,

Recommended Reading

SpartanBookLady's books

The Disappearance of Emily H.
liked it
Liked the idea of this one. It was a bit more magical than I had expected.
really liked it
Very comic-bookish. Love that the title is named after the villain.