• Women's History Month Challenge

    Read from the "Her Story" and "Storied Women" Collections in the Library. Check the end caps of the shelves for the perfect title and then tell us what you liked most about the women in the book or what about the story inspired you. Bring this completed form to the Library for a prize.

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    Diverse Books Reading Challenge 2019

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    Cans For Fines

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    Do you have Library fines? Bring cans to the Library to clear them. Each can is worth $1 in fines.

    Join the Kids Can Food Drive, do something good for the community, and clear those fines at the same time.


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    The AnHS Library will be celebrating thankfulness during the month of November.

    Titans can tell us who or what they are thankful for at #thankfulfor.


    Digital Citizenship Week

    October 15-19th

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    Titans can share positive tweets, design their digital footprint, and share their thoughts on being a good digital citizen with Flipgrid.

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    Celebrate Teen Read Week - Read For the Fun of It!

    Think and read outside of the box, as well as seek out fantasy, science fiction and other out-of- this-world reads. You can vote for your favorite teen reads now through 10/13! View the choices here!


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    Post a video on Flipgrid to tell us about a fiction book that you have read and love.  Posts will be uploaded to our website.

    Click here for the Flipgrid link.

    Click here for the Topic link.

    Three of the most engaging posts will be selected to WIN Starbuck’s gift cards AND a free, new, young adult novel of your choice.


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    September 23rd-29th is Banned Books Week

    Banned Books

    Stand up to censorship and declare your literary freedoms by reading a "banned" book. Come and check out some great formerly challenged books in the Library. Test your banned books knowledge during Banned Books Week and have a chance to win a FREE $5 Starbuck's card. Go to the following link to take the Banned Books' quiz and be entered into the gift card drawing. Winners will be announced on October 5th.


    September is Library Card Drive Month

    Students will have the opportunity to sign-up for a Sacramento Library Card on campus, Thursday, Aug. 30th, 11am-1pm, during both lunches. This will allow students to not only access print resources at the local Library but also give them access to all of the Sacramento Library Databases and the new Libby App from their own homes! This is great for ebook reading and those research projects. We want students using vetted sources, not just Google.

    Stop by the Library Card Drive Table in front of the Library, during both lunches, to pick up an application for one. Mrs. Casey will also have lots of local library info for teens, freebies, and treats. See you there!


    April 8-14 is National Library Week

    Come in and tell us where the Library has led you in life and be entered into a drawing for a special prize.

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    April is National Poetry Month


    Check out the following ways to get involved and have your poetic voice heard:

    Blackout Poetry - all month long

    Off the Cuff Poetry all month long

    Poem in a Pocket Day - April 26th

    Visit the Library to create and share your poetry! Photo Credit


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    October Library Happenings


    Teen Read Week

    When:  October 16-20th

    Feed your ghoulish side by

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    Checking out the Books we have on the Key Topics of the Month!

    Teen Read Week Events:

    Bullying Awareness Month

    Sign an Anti-Bullying Pledge in the Library and tape your pledge to our Anti-Bullying poster.

    LGBT History Month

    Take the LGBT History Quiz for a chance to win a $5 Starbuck’s Card.

    Depression Education Month

    Do you recognize the signs of depression and know how to help? 

    Quiz yourself by clicking on the link.

    Arts and Humanities Month

    Share your themed photos with the AnHS Library at jmccoy@rjuhsd.us.

    Check out the National Arts and Humanities Daily Themes


    September Library Happenings


    September is

    Banned Books Awareness Month

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    Exercise your First Amendment FREADOMs at our library by adding to our Graffiti Wall.

    Titans, tell us your thoughts and responses to censorship

    and banning.


    September is Library Card Sign-up Month!

    Everyone loves superheroes, not just because they do great things, but also because they inspire us to be our best selves. And there's no better place to discover and develop your superpowers than at the library. (ALA, 2017)

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    Tell us Your Library Superpower

    What special talents, skills, and interests have you developed thanks to the library?

    Complete a Library Superpower Starburst and get a Starburst!

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    Share your Library Superpower on Twitter for more prizes!

    Tell ALA—or show us with a photo or short video—on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #LibrarySuperpower. One randomly selected winner will receive a VISA gift card worth $100


    September is Hispanic Heritage Month

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     Test your knowledge with this quiz for a chance to win a FREE Starbucks gift card!

    Also, check out these National Archives Images on 


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    August Library Happenings


    August is Happiness Month!

    What Makes You Happy?

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    Write what makes you happy on a post-it and add it to our Happiness Board by the Computers!

    Be sure to write your name and student id# on the back of the post-it for a drawing to win a FREE $5 Starbucks’ Gift Card.

    I know that will make you happy:)  


    August 9th is Book Lovers' Day

    What are you reading?

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    Come and check out something new!

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    Want to Nominate Your Favorite Teen Book of 2017?

    YALSA's Teens' Top Ten

    *YALSA has launched the new Teen Book Finder Database, which is a one-stop shop for finding selected lists and award winners.  Users can search this free resource by award, list name, year, author, genre and more, as well as print customizable lists.  This new resource will replace the individual award and list web pages currently on YALSA’s site that are not searchable and that are organized only by year.

    Go here to Suggest a title for the Teens' Top Ten! starting August 15th!



     Watch 4:37 to 6:14 mins for National Poetry Month News


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