• Librarians:

    Neysa Hardin

    Julia Evans


    Library Aides:

    Emmit Pichardo

    Amanda Armendariz 

    Circulation Desk: (915) 937-2856

    Library Hours

    Monday through Thursday 7:45-4:15 & Friday 8-4


    The library is available to students before/after school and during both lunches for study use or just to come and hang-out!


    Mission Statement:

    Instilling the love of reading and inquiry by helping students to become college and career ready in a 21st century world.

    Goals and Policies


    1. Provide a learner-centered library program that enhances student achievement
    2. Provide a current, up-to-date collection rich in print and nonprint resources
    3. Provide a welcoming, learning environment to all patrons


    • Students and community patrons are allowed to check out 5 items, including DVDs.
    • Staff may check out 10 items, including 2 DVDs.
    • Faculty may check out 50 items, including 5 DVDs 
    • Students and community patrons are charged 5 cents per day for late date with the maximum fine of $2. Any lost or damaged item must be paid in full or replaced.
    • Computers and printers are allowed for school use only.

    DNA 1:1 Laptop Initiative

    We are currently in our 4th year of the DNA 1:1 initiative. Here are some frequently asked questions:



    Q: Who receives a laptop?

    A: Students in grades 9-11 receive a laptop.


    Q: How much do the parents have to pay for the laptop?

    A: There will be a yearly $25 non-refundable maintenance and usage fee


    Q: Is getting the laptop mandatory?

    A: The laptop is as essential as a textbook and is regarded in the same context. The laptop is being provided to all students in our efforts to create a digital learning environment and teachers will be expecting students to use their laptops for assignments, research, and other learning activities. Students may decline laptop if they bring their own device.


    Q: Who provides technology support to students on campus?

    A: The campus classroom teachers and librarian will be provided with basic troubleshooting steps to guide students. Each high school has a computer maintenance teacher and designated students to serve as the first level of technical support for student laptops. If they are unable to resolve problems with the laptop, they will then refer the issue to district-level technicians.


    For answers to more questions go to the DNA District Webpage

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