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Library/Media Center

What's new?

What's new?

Now Skyridge students can check out library books and get them delivered to their classroom!
Here is how it works:
Simply click on this link
This will bring you into the Skyridge library catalog. Next step is to log in.
Username: Student’s 6 digit ID #
Password: Student’s birthdate (MMDDYYYY)
Username: 123456
Password: 03012010. (No slashes and include preceeding 0 for single digit dates).
Now you can browse our catalog and put HOLDS on the books you want to check out. When I come in each morning at 9AM I will look for any holds, check those books out and deliver them to your classroom. When you are finished reading simply leave books in designated spot in classroom and I will pick them up.
Student’s can also access our library on their Chrome Books.
Click on bookmark link in the upper left corner of screen.
Log in as described above.
Feel free to email me with any questions at
The main rule is to have FUN reading!
Circulation Policy

Circulation Policy

You may checkout a maximum of two books.
If you misplace your book and cannot find it, you may be charged for a replacement copy.
Donation Policy

Donation Policy

If you wish to donate books to the library, see the Library Tech to make sure the books are age appropriate for our school.
Database links

Database links

CultureGrams – Concise cultural information on countries around the world.
eLibrary – General reference aggregation of periodical and digital media content with editorial guidance for novice researchers.  Two unique interfaces available.
ProQuest Central Student – Millions of articles from more than 10,000 full-text scholarly journals.
ProQuest Research Companion – Information literacy tools and tutorials to help develop critical thinking.
Teaching Books – An engaging collection of resources that brings books to life.
Britannica School – Discover encyclopedia articles, multimedia, primary sources, games, and other learning resources that support student research and reinforce curriculum standards.