Welcome to the PGHS Library
Hours: Monday - Friday
7:15 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.
Additional hours available upon request.
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Free Book Cart
Stop by the library and take a look at the Free Book Cart. There could be some gems waiting for you.Library
The Powderpuff Three-Point Challenge
Will the Juniors or Seniors collect the most canned goods to start the Powderpuff Game with a three-point advantage? Drop your canned goods off in the designated containers in the library by November 18. The winner will be announced prior to the game.Library
The library is having a fundraiser at the Colonial Heights Chipotle on Tuesday, September 27 from 5:00 pm until 9:00 pm. Flyers were sent home with students through their English classes. If you do not have a flyer, simply mention the fundraiser to the cashier as you pay for your meal. This is a great opportunity to dine with your family before coming out to the Open House.Library
School starts on Tuesday. We can't wait to see you!Library
Welcome to eChalk. This is the new way of communication for students, teachers, and the library.Library
Mr. Nealan Chandler - ITRT
Ms. Allison Heath - Librarian
Mr. Levi Owens - Librarian
Mrs. Naomi Brown - Secretary
Mrs. Lumyai Prescott - Copier Aide
The Prince George High School Library strives to empower patrons with the resources, tools, skills, services, resources, and knowledge to become successful lifelong learners. By supporting the needs of the curriculum, the library staff plays a pivotal role in transforming students into responsible and ethical creators of ideas and information.
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-Maintain low volume. Be mindful of your surroundings.
-Respect materials and equipment. All eating and drinking should take place in the commons prior to entering the library. Critters love spills and crumbs.
-Keep your area clean. Return chairs and materials to their proper place. Please return materials to the circulation desk or designated carts around the library if you are not checking them out.
-Students must have a student ID and planner to enter the library.
-Present a signed pass from your teacher in planner to an adult staff member.
-You may check out up to five books for a period of three weeks. You must present your student ID to check out books.
-Holds: See a staff member about placing an item on hold if it is already checked out.
-Overdue materials are charged 10 cents per book, per day late.
-Lost and damaged books will cost the replacement price of the book.
-Students must follow the District's Acceptable Use Policy.
-Printing - first two pages free, additional pages are 10 cents each.
-Photocopying - 10 cents page for school projects.