ANHS Library News and Resources

May 2021

Library Happenings

Parent & Student Newsletter May 2021

Click here for Mental Health Awareness resources, end-of-the-year procedures, library happenings, contests, and more to share with your students!

Materials Returns May 24-27th!

Textbook (including AP Review books) and library book returns for on-campus students will take place on Monday, May 24th through Thursday, May 27th. Senior teachers, please sign up at the beginning of the week, either Monday or Tuesday. You can sign up here for your classes.

Seniors can return their Chromebooks and chargers along with their books or immediately after 4th period from 12:50-1:25 pm on Monday & Tuesday, May 24-25th once they no longer need them.

Please do anything that you can to encourage students to bring back their books on time! This saves a ton of extra work on storage and fine clearances. Any students that do forget; however, can return textbooks during regular library hours until 2:00 pm on May 27th.

RSVLA and Off-campus students will be returning their materials starting on Monday, May 24th through Wednesday, May 26th from 1:30-6:00 pm. Seniors who need to return their Chromebooks outside of school hours will also sign up for these dates. They can sign up here! Please post the link ( in your Google Classroom. Thank you!

Curriculum Corner

Collaboration with You is Amazing!

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, the Library thanks you for your support!
Summer Reading Challenges

Share these Summer Reading Challenges with your students!

Mental Health Awareness Collection for Teens

Please share these resources with your students!

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Resources

"Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have a rich heritage thousands of years old and have both shaped the history of the United States and had their lives dramatically influenced by moments in its history" (LOC, 2021).

Library of Congress

Learning for Justice

Asian Nation

Smithsonian Learning Lab

Facing History

San Francisco Celebrate APAHM

National Parks Service

National Archives

Asian Pacific American Reads

Jewish American Heritage Month Resources

Tech Tips & Tools

Historical Maps Collections

For teaching history with technology, check out these five collections of historical maps.

New Searchable ASL Database

The ASL-LEX 2.0 database now provides visualization for 2,700 ASL signs. Click here for search instructions or watch the video below!

Six Ed Tech Tools from Cult of Pedagogy

From verbal feedback with MOTE in Google comments, to media literacy and social justice, to talking-head videos and portfolios, these tools from Cult of Pedagogy are great!

Wordtune Google Extension

Do your students need some suggestions for re-wording a sentence? Try Wordtune, an AI-powered writing companion and thesaurus-like tool for sentences!
ANHS Library Resources for Students and Staff

Click here for access to all of our library resources, including our library catalog, BookShare, Cameron's Collection, databases, and curated tutorials.