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library1The IHS library offers a wide range of services for the school community. The library houses over 14,000 books, 15 periodicals, one daily newspaper, VHS, cassette and DVD's, 17 desktop computers, a mobile cart with 19 wireless laptops, and access to state research databases. The library is open 7:30a-3:00p on school days. Librarians This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it are available during library hours or via email. You may visit us online here.


Destiny at Incline High School

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Destiny at Incline High School
In order to access our library collection when you are not at school, go to the following website:
•    Choose Incline High School
•    You will see two tabs: Home and Catalog (similar to the old OPAC)
•    Use the catalog tab to search for materials
•    Go to Destiny Quest as another way to search for materials and see our Resource Lists (special lists created for different purposes). You will be able to access the summer reading list here.
•    To set up My Info, click on the Login button in the upper right corner and use your student ID number as user name and your last name as password.  
•    From My Info you can check due dates and any outstanding fines.
Have fun with this new upgraded program!

Library News - May 2013

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May 24, 2013
Incline High School Library
Greetings from Incline High School Library where we are winding down another busy school year.  Libraries today are not only places to come and check out books, and our students use the library for a myriad of reasons including: accessing our databases for research projects; using the Internet for information, working on programs such as Storybook for projects; studying alone or in groups; meeting with friends; and completing homework. Teachers sign up to bring their classes to choose books and to complete projects.  
We would like to thank the Boosters Club for their annual donation of $1,000 which was spent on acquiring new fiction and non-fiction for our collection.  Thanks to this same group and a matching grant, we now have a Promethean Smart Board in the library available to teachers, administration, coaches, and other groups for presentations. We are so fortunate to have this caring and generous group of parents in our school community. We also want to thank Linda Offerdahl  and Dress the Part(y) for continuing to support literacy in our school by sponsoring our book club for the third year.  We meet during lunch and hope to continue this tradition next year.  
Study Club which meets on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 2:30 to 4:00 has been a big success with many students staying and taking care of all their homework before leaving the building.  We have two teachers on duty to supervise and help students, and we hope to have the grant money to continue this program next year.
Our most exciting change this year is an upgrade to our cataloging system.  The new program is called Destiny which offers many new features, and students may access the program from home to see our collection, check due dates, fines, and access special lists created for a variety of classes.  See instructions on this page and on the front page of our IHS website.
The summer reading list is almost complete, and we will provide all students with a copy before they leave in June.  We will also send copies to Incline Middle School, Lake Tahoe School, and Tahoe Expeditionary School for any incoming freshmen.  Students may also access the summer reading list on Destiny.
Have a wonderful Tahoe summer!
Shelah Brown and Milly Corneil
Your friendly librarians

Library Notes - December 2010

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Holiday greetings from the library where Milly and I have been busy helping teachers and students while updating our collection.    We have been weeding out-dated materials and have added 194 titles to our shelves.  Our focus thus far has been on fiction, the social sciences, history and geography.   We would like to thank the individual donors and the public library who always keep us in mind when discarding used books.  We would also like to thank the Boosters Club for their $1,000 donation which will be a tremendous help to us as we continue to up-grade.  We are so fortunate to have the support of such a generous community, and anyone who wishes to donate a book or monetary help will be greatly appreciated by the students of IHS.

We have begun the first ever IHS Book Club, kindly sponsored by Linda Offerdahl at Dress the Part(y), and we thank her for her continued support of the library.  We had 10 students attend our first meeting in November and after much discussion, we chose Unwind by Neal Shusterman as our first novel.  The club has already grown to 14 students, and Milly and I are excited to meet again with the student on December 6 at lunchtime to discuss this provocative novel and choose a new one.  We will be asking students who are able to give a donation towards the purchase of the books.

Classes sign up to use the library daily to conduct research and for a variety of other projects.  The social studies department recently produced Photo Story slide shows; the freshman English classes completed The Dead Poet research project; the sophomore English classes explore material for their speeches and debates; the Spanish classes discover the Spanish-speaking world;   We the People students meet to delve into The Constitution and work on their testimonials; and enrichment and English classes choose novels to read.

Our new Study Club meets in the library on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 2:15 to 4:15.  Four teachers are scheduled each day to tutor students and help them with their homework.  Please encourage your students to attend.  This is a wonderful opportunity for students to complete all their work before going home.

Milly and I have also created a shelf with free books for students.  Students are welcome to browse the shelf and select any book to keep.  So even if a student has an outstanding fine, he or she can always leave the library with a book in hand.

We have also initiated a ‘Wish List” for students so that they can let us know the titles and authors that they would like to see on our shelves.   Students simply write the titles on the easel placed at the entrance to the library, and we will do our best to make their wishes come true.

Thanks again to Linda Offerdahl at Dress the Part(y) who kindly donated our beautiful holiday decorations.

Once again, we wish you the all the best of the holiday season and a happy and successful new year.


New Library Book Blog

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Check out our new blog site.  Tell us about your favorite book!  Share your readings with other IHS students.

Click on the first blogspot link below and sign-in at the upper right.

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Incline Supports the Library

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Thank you to the parents, students, teachers, and community members who braved the snow, and headed to Barnes and Noble to support the library. A special thank you to Terry Pittman and the Jazz Band students for entertaining shoppers with holiday music. The library will use all funds from this fundraiser to purchase high interest fiction books for students.

For more information about donating to the library, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it at 832-4260.

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