Antelope High School Library News

March 2019

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Celebrating Women's History Month

Read from the "Her Story" and "Storied Women" Collections in the Library. Check the end caps of the shelves for the perfect title and then tell us what you liked most about the women in the book or what about the story inspired you. Bring this completed form to the Library for a prize.

The Toiletries Drive Is In Full Swing!

The AnHS Sikh Honor and Service Society is accepting donations of new toiletries or self-care products for the homeless communities in the Sacramento area. Please bring your donations to the Library from February 26th to March 18th.

Most needed items include (but are not limited to):




face wash


travel size shampoos & conditioners

hygiene products

TAB Club Teams Up with Sac Library for the Prom Drive

The AnHS Library is accepting donations for our third annual Prom Drive from March 19th through April 12th. Local teens, ages 13-19, can shop on designated giveaway days through late April at any Sac Library branch.

Needed items include:

  • Gently used formal wear for her, him and they
  • Dresses, suits, shoes, accessories and other attire

AnHS Participates in Digital Learning Day 2019

The AnHS Library joined in on Digital Learning Day 2019 by promoting our new collaborative TV tables. Together students can code, complete jigsaw puzzles, play chess, work on presentations, make music, and more!

TAB Launches VOTS (Voice of the Students) in April

The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is set to launch our digital edition of youth created content. We will post each new edition in the monthly newsletter and on our website. Students will be able to submit poetry, short stories, zines, artwork, short films, and reviews. Encourage your Titan to submit their work to Mrs. McCoy in the Library. They can share via Google Drive to or attach in an email. We can't wait to see what our Titans produce and share.

Local Teen Librarian Visits AnHS

Thursday, March 28th, 11am-1pm

7801 Titan Drive

Antelope, CA

Meghan Casey from the North Highlands-Antelope Library will be on campus during both lunches. Encourage your favorite Titan to check out the new books she has, find out about volunteering at the local library, and more! Plus, she always has freebies!


Does your teen need a quiet place to study? Does your teen need tutoring after school?

Join us in the AnHS Library, after school, every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, from 2:35 to 4:00 pm. Students can get help in all subjects, use Chromebooks/computers, printers, and calculators, and access Library Resources.

We can even provide documentation for the time the student attended. Just have them ask Miss Raatz or Mrs. Gorkhali for an ALL attendance slip. We are ALL in for student learning and success here at Antelope High School.

ALL Learning Lab will be closed on the following dates for Staff and District meetings:

March 5th

March 19th

April 23rd

May 21st

What if my Titan needs access to a Chromebook outside of class and does not have one?

The AnHS Library has Chromebooks available for use at lunch and after school. Any student who needs access to a Chromebook or printing services can take advantage of our Library resources. Library hours can be viewed here. The local North Highlands-Antelope Library is also a great resource for technology.


Search for books from home using our OPAC. Place a hold on your favorite titles. Pick up your requested book(s) at the Library Circulation Desk.


Need a vetted (quality) source for a school project or paper? Access a variety of quality and credible sources right from home on the AnHS Library Webpage.
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Sacramento Bee Electronic Resources

Need to find current articles in English or Spanish? Visit the Sacramento Bee News in Education website and log in as a student using the AnHS Class ID and password found on our Library website under electronic resources. Once you log in as a student select "Read Today's Paper" to choose The Sacramento Bee or El Nuevo Herald. You can also access many other student resources on their website.


Contact Johanna McCoy, Teacher-Librarian