Virtual Library Corner

Week of May 22nd

How to return your library books and/or textbooks at the Central Curbside

1. Sign in to the Destiny library database to see the titles of the books/textbooks you have

checked-out. Username: S(CIF#) Example: Username: S700001 Password: enter your AD

2. Find them in your house or sometimes you can find them in your car, put them together in the

bag (plastic bag or paper bag).
3. Please see below scheduled drop-off:
For 9th-11th grade:
May 27th-29th,
Wednesday: 10:00 A.m. - 12:00 P.m. and 1:00 - 3:00 P.m.
Thursday: 10:00 A.m. - 12:00 P.m. and 1:00 - 3:00 P.m.
Friday: 10:00 A.m. - 12:00 P.m. only (no afternoon time)
For 12th grade (Seniors):
June 4th-5th,
Thursday: 10:00 A.m. - 2:00 P.m.
Friday: 10:00 A.m. - 2:00 P.m.

4. If you are driving or your parent is driving you, you will be directed to the back of the

gym doors – NORTH GYM DOORS
5. If you are a WALKER – you will need to go directly to the main gym doors, check-in at the

6. Both North and East gym doors have a book cart to place your books/textbooks returns.

7. We will also accept replacement fees for lost or damaged materials. Check payment to Central High School.

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Join the "Girls Who Code Club - Summer"

Do you want to learn on how to create your own app? You will learn that from the "Girls Who Code Club"!

What more can you learn from it?

Throughout the Club, all members will:

  • Learn to see themselves as computer scientists.
  • Gain exposure to project management and problem-solving techniques.
  • Join a safe and supportive environment of peers and role models.
  • Learn the foundational computer science concepts that form the basis for all programming languages.
  • Learn a variety of programming languages, including Scratch, Thunkable, Swift, Python, and Javascript. Our Girls Who Code Project Tutorials offer a range of difficulty for beginner programmers who have little to no experience programming to more advanced learners who will engage in more advanced topics like object-oriented programming and data structures.
  • 6th-12th grade Clubs only: Work with a programming team to build a Girls Who Code Project that addresses a real-world problem.

Girls 9th-12th grades are eligible to join the "Girls Who Code Club - Summer". If interested, please sign up and receive Coding Lessons to start online during Summertime.

When you register, please enter the Club Code: MN28668 - (Summer) Central or

Club Code: MN28667 - (Summer) Central.

Central High School - Library Media Center

Jenifer Shier, MLIS

Library Media Specialist