Library

Circulation

  • Books, Audiobooks, & Playaways check out for 3 weeks
  • Videos, Reference Books, & Current Magazines check out overnight
  • Students may check out up to 10 items at one time
  • Overdue notices are sent to advisory classes

 

Collection

The KHS Library holds approximately 12,000 volumes, with new titles arriving every month. The fiction and nonfiction collections contain a wide variety of genres, subjects, interest levels, and Lexile reading levels. The KHS collection overall represents multiple perspectives that reflect the diverse society in which our students live, in order to promote critical thinking and thoughtful inquiry.

Faculty, students, and parents may request titles that they wish the KHS library to carry. All requests will be considered and fulfilled according to relevance, need, and budget.

Technology

MacBook laptops are available for checkout for use in the library during open hours. MacBooks are equipped with a full Microsoft Office Suite.  Students are encouraged to carry USB Flash drives for transferring files easily. 

Please see library staff if you have questions converting, transferring, or saving files.

*Students must abide by the Technology Acceptable Use Policy while using the KIBSD network and KIBSD technology. 

Elizabeth Bender

Elizabeth Bender

Librarian

907-486-7472
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Battle of the Books

Battle of the Book is an Alaskan reading motivational and comprehensive program sponsored by the Alaskan Association of School Librarians.  The goals of the program are to encourage and recognize students who enjoy reading, to broaden reading interests, increase reading comprehension and promote academic excellence. -AkASL

Battle of the Books at KHS:

Meets weekly from late-September to mid-February.

Students discuss/ review books and quiz each other on book content.

Option to receive 0.5 English credits by completing specific requirements.

3-4 students will compete on the KHS “battle team” against teams from other schools in a game show format competition via video conferencing.

For more information, see Ms. Bender in the Library.

Complete information about the program can be found at: AKASL Battle of the Books