About the Library
The CCHS Lower library's goal is to provide resources aligned to the curriculum of all courses taught at the school. We do our best to make the resources easily available to everyone. We provide twelve student computers on which students can complete research and other various class projects. We provide several databases through the Magnolia Database system. We have several hundred volumes of reference material when information must be obtained from sources other than the internet. Teachers are able to schedule the library for whole class instruction and research when needed.
The library also provides a large selection of fictional material for everyone's reading enjoyment. We've tried very hard to provide for a wide selection of interests. All of the genres are represented on our shelves. We also have books for the advanced reader as well as for those not so advanced. We try to have something for everybody!
The library manages Reading Plus, a program designed to increase student's reading levels and comprehension rates. Our computers also house the USA Test Prep and Study Island programs so that students can be as prepared as possible for all classroom and state exams.
Non- Fiction New Arrivals
Understanding the Gross Domestic Product and the Gross National Product by Corona Berzina
The History of Psychology
Progressivism by Reyna Eisenstark and Lora Friedenthal
Eyes in the Sky by Dino A. Brugioni
Biology by Katherine Cullen, PH.D.
The Bill of Rights
How Imports and Exports Work by Corona Brezina
Democracy by Diana Bailey
How Cells Send, Receive, and Process Information
How Cells Divide, Reproduce, and Specialize
How Markets Work by Diana Bailey
Pressure edited by Al Desetta
How Deflation Works by Corona Brezina
D-Day by Stephens E. Ambrose
Media by Sandy Donovan
Iraq War by Rodney P. Carlisle
Biology: Understanding Living Matter edited by Melissa Landon
The Britannica Guide to Analysis and Calculus edited by Erik Gregersen
What Causes Sexual Orientation? Genetics, Biology, Psychology by Bill Palmer
Internationalism by Dianne Durante
Government Entitlements by Jeff Burlingame
How Plant and Animal Cells Differ by Anna Kaspar and Judy Yablonski
The Psychology Book by Wade E. Pickren
Great Mathematicians by Raymond Flood and Robin Wilson
New Spanish Language Arrival
El Arroyo de la Llorona by Sandra Cisneros
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