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Library Hours

Monday (every other): closed

Tuesday - Friday: closed

Destiny Catalog

In the Destiny Catalog you can see what books are available in the King Library. You can also see what you have checked out. This includes library books, textbooks and chromebooks! Just log-on to your Rapid Identity Portal and click on the blue and gold Destiny icon. 

Links to other Libraries

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It's time to get ready for summer reading! Wondering how to access the public library? Need a source for reading books online?

Oceanside Public Library lets you check out ebooks with your library card. Your library card number is now your student ID. Since they are currently closed, the Oceanside Public Library is also offering delivery service to most Oceanside residents. 

Another place to check out ebooks online is Magic Blox.  You can read one book for free per month.

Check out the links to these sites below!

Mural on exterior wall of Library Learning Commons

King Learning Commons

The Library Learning Commons includes chromebooks and an extensive collection of fiction as well as a limited collection of non-fiction books. Student I.D. cards are required to check out books or to use a chromebook. Students may check out up to three library books for three weeks at a time. Students can access the library catalog on their RapidIdentity Portal by clicking on “Destiny.” They can search the library catalog and even check their own record for materials checked out or fines for lost materials. There are NO overdue fees charged, but students are expected to return materials on time.

For classes in which textbooks are required, students will check out textbooks at registration to leave at home during the school year for homework.

Any lost or damaged materials must be paid for before the student leaves the school at the end of the year. In the event lost materials are found within one year of paying for them, a refund will be issued.

Use of chromebooks in the library is covered under the technology agreement signed during pre-registration. Parents and students are reminded that the internet can be an unsafe place. Cyber-bullying will be treated as a zero tolerance offense. 

fun online activities

Bound To Stay Bound has some awesome online resources that are fun! Check out their website for links to author websites, publisher websites, other educational sites, and fun activities like games, puzzles, virtual field trips, and even a couple of online escape rooms! 

junior library guild presents:

Aiden Tyler, Quaran-teen - A Weekly Webcast “Serial” with Author Rex Ogle

Every Tuesday at 11 a.m. PT, starting March 24, 2020

Aiden Tyler is your typical middle school student. Rides the bus. Likes comic books. Tolerates his sister. But, his life is about to be turned upside down by the Coronavirus. Yes, you heard that correctly. Aiden Tyler, Quaran-teen is a new and original middle-grade serial written and read in real time by author Rex Ogle (Free Lunch). That means as YOU experience things, Aiden will be experiencing them too. Join us every Tuesday, as Rex shares Aiden's story that's full of laughs, facts, hearts, and farts.