|Mon.||7:30 am - 2:15 pm|
|Tues.||7:30 am - 2:15 pm|
|Wed.||7:30 am - 2:15 pm|
|Thurs.||7:30 am - 2:15 pm|
|Fri.||7:30 am - 2:15 pm|
(On many days, the library is open later than 2:15. Check with Mrs. Blais for daily hours.)
Heidi Blais, Library Media Specialist: firstname.lastname@example.org
Inside Phone Line: *290
Outside Phone Line: 270-8315
Book Review Blog: http://chsereads.blogspot.com
The CHSE Library is partnering with the Cranston Public Library to get library cards into the hands of as many students as possible. Some students already have library cards but can't use them because the cards are lost, expired, or limited by overdue fines. Usually, it requires a trip to the library to take care of these problems, but the Fresh Start initiative will allow students to simply fill out a form and submit it to their school librarian to get what they need. Click here to learn more about Fresh Start and to download a printable library card application. Library card applications are also available in the CHSE Library.
Please follow these steps to log in to the CHSE Library Catalog and place a book on hold from another library:
To renew your books, click on the "Circulation" tab and then type in the complete barcode found on your book.
To view your library record (items out, fines, hold requests, etc.), click on the "My Info." tab.
Did you know CHSE has a book review blog? Visit it by clicking on the "Book Review Blog" tab above. If you write a book review and it is uploaded to the book review blog, you can waive $2.00 off of your overdue fines. This does not count for lost book replacement costs. Click on the “Book Reviews” tab above for the form to submit a book review.