CTE Library Science

Libraries make wonderful classrooms!

CTE Library Science

21st Century school libraries are not just libraries of dusty old books anymore but exciting hubs of their schools. Libraries today have technology, computer assistance, textbooks, collaborative homework areas, a teacher librarian and assistants to assist, and the libraries of today provide a safe place to hang out and relax before your next class. To this end, Chino High School offers the CTE Library Science course to students wishing to pursue opportunities and/or careers in education, librarianship, public libraries, and school libraries.


Classes are small, approximately 4 students per class, and include lab hours with hands-on experience working with patrons, improving customer service skills, and learning the inner workings of a school library. If you think this might be something you would like to do, just let your counselor know and come join our exciting world of LIBRARIES!


~ Ms. Sullivan

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Books! Glorious Books!

Okay, I confess. I love new books. New books, with their crisp pages, new smell, and shiny covers are wonderful! They are inviting, intriguing, thought-provoking, and calling me on journeys that don't require me to pack a suitcase!


In the CTE Library Science course you work with lots of books! You will learn how to shelve both fiction and nonfiction (including the Dewey Decimal System), and be responsible for your own book collection in the library. Come join us for a semester or year and see what's happening in the Chino High School Library!

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Dorinda Sullivan, M.A.Ed. & Teacher/Librarian

District Librarian, Chino Valley USD

Chino High School ext. 3716

Today a reader; tomorrow a leader. ~ Margaret Fuller

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