Library

Although our NPMS library is now officially closed for check-outs for the year so Mrs. Weinrich can complete inventory, there are still several ways for your students to access books.  We know this is especially important as we move into the end of the year and may want to provide reading as an option for those who finish work early.  Here are some easy options for book access outside of our school library:

  • Sorrapp.com –this can be accessed through clever, or students can just type it in, click our school district, and access a ton of free e-books and audio books.
  • Libby app-through the Spokane Public Library (Overdrive)
  • Check out physical copies of books from the Spokane Public library (link below shows how to get a free library card)

Click HERE to access some slides with videos and explanations for all of these reading options!

 

Students, you will be able to check out library books this year in 3 simple steps!

1.      Browse our online library website and place a book on hold. Watch this video to learn how: https://youtu.be/DAtW0hjjV5U

2.       Pick up your books! The books that you have placed on hold from the previous week will be available for pick-up at the Library Cart near the front office.

3.       To RETURN BOOKS, you will bring your books back to the Library Cart near the front office any day M-F during school hours. 

 

Click HERE to go to Sora to access new ebooks/audiobooks from your tablet, smartphone, or computer!

Your login is the same as logging in to a CVSD Chromebook. Click HERE to learn HOW to log-in.

username: CVSD student ID#

password: your birthday (mmddyyyy)

 

Beth Weinrich

Teacher Librarian 

Welcome to North Pines Middle School Library.

Our library serves over 500 students in grades 6, 7, and 8. The library has over 5,000 books and other resources.

In addition, the Spokane County Library is only a few blocks away and is a great resource for our students. Obtaining a library card is free and easy.

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