The Library Media Center is located in the main building of Sequoia High School. The Library is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am through 3:45 pm for normal Library business, including checking in and checking out of textbooks.
The Library has a Chrome cart with full Internet access and two black and white laserjet printers. Classes may reserve the computers for specific assignment by signing up here:
From 7:15-8:15 am and 3:45-5:45 pm, Monday through Friday, the Library is open to the SAFE program for the Learning Center activities. (On collaboration days, the Learning Center closes at 4 pm.). Tutoring for students is available during this time in the following subjects: English, Math, Social Studies and Spanish.
Textbooks are available upon request and can be checked out individually. Teachers may sign up to bring their classes down to check out textbooks. For more information please contact email us.
For more information about the Learning Center, please contact Evelyn Valencia at email@example.com.
We are most happy to assist you or answer any questions you may have regarding the Sequoia High School Library. You can reach us at the email link below or by calling the school number at 650.369.1411 and dialing the extension listed below.
The following collections or categories of materials may be found in the Sequoia Library.
General Reference: Books are used in the Library only.
Main Stacks: The bulk of the books on all subjects. Check out duration is two weeks, with nenewals.
Quick Reads: A section of thin books for easy reading and enjoyment. Fiction and non-fiction.
Magazines: A variety of titles from the American Photo and New Yorker to Sports Illustrated, Skateboarding, with titles on fashion, travel and exploration, technology, art, world events, etc.
Spanish Books: A section covering all subjects, including fiction, housed in the Fireside Room.
Fiction: Most of the fiction-novels, short stories-are found in the Fireside Room.
Primary Sources: The Library has select items for research. These include a collection of unpublished Civil War letters, local history books and documents, school newspapers and Yearbooks.
All cataloged materials are listed with the Dewey Decimal System. The ten major categories consist of the following:
Dewey Decimal System Categories
The Ten Main Classes
000 Computer science, information & general works
100 Philosophy & psychology
300 Social sciences
700 Arts & recreation
900 History & geography