•  CCHS  Welcome to the Cesar Chavez High School Library!

     

    Champions, the library is here to support you on and off campus. As we are opening up to in-person learning, please refer to these informative documents:

    Library Back to Campus Flyer Spring 2021

    How to Checkout a Book Spring 2021

    Library Procedures Spring 2021

    Virtual students returning books may drop them off at the Library Circulation Desk. Fines are paid at the Bookstore, not the library. Anyone needing curbside service, please join the CCHS Library Online TEAMS site to message me. Click this link to join: CCHS Library TEAM (bit.ly/CCHSLibraryTeam) CCHS TL

    This is another way to find free eBooks and eAudiobooks, view tutorials, get updates, and find free online resources for reading and more. If you need help with schoolwork, or accessing the online resources, message me on TEAMs. You can also email me, Ms. Blackson, blackson@phoenixunion.org.

    PXU Libraries also offer help with How-To videos for all our library resources. Follow the PXU Libraries Stream Channel for instructional videos or all our PXU Library Resources.

    For a list of helpful online library resources see the PDF below.

    Don't forget to follow us @lib_paradise on Instagram!

    Enjoy my Virtual Bitmoji Libraries to highlight books & events! Banned Books VL

    Feel free to revisit our Library Open House 20-21 video.

     

    Library Staff

    • Teacher Librarian - Ms. Roxie Ruiz Blackson
    • Media Technician - Ms. Dani De Shong

    Library/Lab Hours (closed to students until schools reopen)

    Monday - Friday      7:30 AM - 3:30 PM 

    CCHS Technology Team

    Tom Estep - Campus Technology Specialist

    Anhkiet Le - Campus Lab Technician 

    Cheryl Rockwell - Computer Lab Assistant, Ext. 44110

    Jonathon Allen - Computer Lab Assistant, Ext. 44110

    PXU Help Desk - Extension 41201

    helpdesk@phoenixunion.org 

    PXU Library Mission Statement: 

    To ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information; students are empowered to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers, and ethical users of information to prepare them for college, career, and life.

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