Antelope High School Library News

March 2018

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AnHS Library Celebrates National Women's History Month

“Nevertheless, She Persisted: Honoring Women Who Fight All Forms of Discrimination Against Women.”


The Library will be honoring "fifteen outstanding women for their unrelenting and inspirational persistence, and for understanding that, by fighting all forms of discrimination against women and girls, they have shaped America’s history and our future. These 2018 Honorees refused to be silenced. Their lives demonstrate the power of voice, of taking action, and of believing that meaningful and lasting change is possible in our democratic society" (http://www.nwhp.org/).


The 2018 National Women’s History Month Honorees are:


Geraldine Ferraro (1935-2011)

Politician/First Woman Major Party VP Candidate & Human Rights Activist

Pauli Murray (1910-1985)

Women’s Rights/Civil Rights Activist, Attorney, Author, & Episcopal Priest

Elizabeth Peratrovich (Kaaxal-gat) (1911-1958)

Political Activist for Alaska Natives, Spearheaded First Anti-Discrimination Law, USA

Margaret Dunkle Champion of Title IX*

Jill Moss Greenberg Women’s/Civil Rights Activist *

Cristina Jimenez Immigrant (DREAMERs) Activist*

Marty Langelan Anti-Violence/Anti-Harassment Activist*

Loretta Ross Reproductive Justice Activist*

Linda Spoonster Schwartz Women Veterans Activist*

Susan Burton Criminal Justice Reform Leader

Roma Guy LGBT Rights/Healthcare Activist

Saru Jayaraman Labor/Restaurant Workers Activist

Pat Maginnis Women's Rights Activist

Arlene Mayerson Disability Rights Attorney & Activist

Angelica Salas Immigrant Rights Activist


Students can view information about these women on display in the Library.

North Highlands-Antelope Teen Librarian Joins Us at Lunch

Our Local Teen Librarian, Meghan Casey, will be visiting AnHS, once a month during lunch, to inform students about the great opportunities available to them at their local library and provide them with an activity for the day.


Her next visit and activity is:

March 8th - Newspaper and Tape Structures - 2nd lunch

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 4:30 pm. Students can get help in all subjects, use 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 20th

April 17th

May 15th

AnHS OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog): Do You Have the Book I Want?

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.

SCHOOL DATABASES AND ELECTRONIC RESOURCES FOR SCHOOL ASSIGNMENTS

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

Library Closures Spring 2018

March 12th - After School PLT Meeting

March 16th – Local Scholarship Social 12 – 6 pm

March 19th - After School PLT Meeting

March 21st – All Day for SAT Juniors

March 20th – After School for Staff Meeting


April 16th – ASVAB 1-5pm, PLT Meeting

April 17th – After School for Staff Meeting

April 23rd - After School PLT Meeting


May 4th –May 18th – All Day AP Testing

May 14th - After School PLT Meeting

May 15th – After School for Staff Meeting

After School Library Hours

Monday 1:35 - 3 pm (4 pm Special Library Event Days)

Tuesday 2:35 - 4:30 pm

Wednesday 2:35 - 4:30 pm

Thursday 2:35 - 4:30 pm

Friday 2:35 - 3 pm (may stay open later based on student need)

Minimum Days 12:11 - 1:30 pm