Welcome to the Ramona Junior High Library!
The Ramona Junior High School library is dedicated to helping each student fulfill their greatest potential by providing high quality informational and recreational reading material. Our primary goal is to help students achieve excellence in their education and schoolwork, while allowing them to pursue their own hobbies, dreams, and goals.
The more that you READ,
the more THINGS you will KNOW.
The more that you LEARN,
the more PLACES you'll GO.
- Dr. Seuss
Library Hours: Monday through Friday 7:00 pm to 3:00 pm (subject to change).
¨ Over 12,000 books (fiction and non-fiction), magazines, encyclopedias and dictionaries for student use
¨ Computers — There are eight computers available for student use in the library. Students may type reports, play skill-based games, and access the Internet, with permission, to search for specific subjects as needed for school reports.
¨ Printer — Free printing for school work only
¨ Quiet time for reading and homework
¨ Work areas — Students may work individually or in small groups
¨ Supplies — Students have access to scissors, rulers, glue sticks, crayons, markers, etc., for school assignments
¨ Students may check out up to three books for a period of two weeks
¨ Books may be renewed one time for an additional two weeks
¨ Students must return books on time and in good condition or borrowing privileges may be suspended
¨ Late fines are applied at a cost of five cents per each late day
Catalog: Students may access Follett’s Destiny Manager. This is the library’s automated system. Students can search for materials by title, subject, keywords, etc., from any computer (on or off campus).
Link to Follett Destiny Library Catalog here: https://chinovalley.follettdestiny.com/cataloging/servlet/presentadvancedsearchredirectorform.do?l2m=Library%20Search&tm=TopLevelCatalog&l2m=Library+Search
Library/Media Assistant: Mrs. Nolte is here to help! Students are encouraged to ask for help whenever needed. Please let her know if you have any questions or suggestions.
COMPUTERS: There are eight computers available for student use in the library. Students may type reports, play skills-based games, and access the Internet, with permission, to search for specific subjects as needed for school reports. Printing is free.