Junior High

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Seahawk Center Library

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Julie Barlow

Library Hours:
Monday-Thursday 7:50-3:15
Friday 7:50-2:15

School Library Mission Statement

The Seahawk Center Library is a gathering place to promote inquiry, to access information, and to encourage lifelong learners and readers.

 Upcoming Events





Library Destiny Catalog 
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School library catalog site

Overdrive Digital Library Catalog
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Student login:  Student username and pin #
Teacher login: Encore username and password

Utah's Online Library Database Catalog
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Ask the librarian for the home login information

Book Request Form 


Library Information

Library Information

Policies and Guidelines

Seahawk Center Library 

Guidelines and Procedures 

Mission Statement and Purpose 

The Seahawk Center is a gathering place to promote inquiry, to access information, and to encourage lifelong learners and readers. 


  • Open Monday- Thursday 7:50-3:15, Friday 7:50 -2:15 

  • Open to students during lunch (unless reserved by a class) 

  • Hall passes are required to use the Library during class time 


  • The library catalog is available online for all patrons 

  • Books are checked out for three weeks with a 10-day grace period before fines are assessed 

  • Fines will be assessed at $.10 per book per day up to a maximum of $5.00 per book

  • A total of 4 books can be checked out at one time (2 fiction and 2 non-fiction) 

  • Students with a fine should resolve the fine before checking out other materials  

  • Fines can be paid in the office or on student DSD account online.  Students must bring receipts to the library to clear their accounts 

  • Books can be renewed on or prior to the due date for one additional circulation period unless they are on a waiting list 

  • Lost or damaged books should be reported to the library immediately and fines will be assessed accordingly 

  • Lost books that have been paid for can be returned within 30 days for a full refund  

  •  Books returned after 30 days can be kept by the patron or donated back to the library 

 Library Expectations 

  • Students should respect the library space and its materials 

  • Students should respect others and their materials 

  • Appropriate voice and energy levels should be used 

  • Materials should be kept in order (Shelf Markers are provided) 

  • Students must follow all school guidelines as outlined in the student handbook 

Collection Development 

  • We encourage patron suggestions for purchasing of library materials.  Request forms can be found on the library webpage 

  • Acquisition and weeding of library materials will be in accordance with DSD Guidelines 

  • Material donations are accepted and added to the collection in accordance to DSD Guidelines 

  • Cash and gift card donations are also accepted for purchasing library materials 

Library Curriculum 

  • The librarian will collaborate with teachers to provide instruction and support 

  • Teachers may schedule lessons, book talks, and computer instruction with the librarian 

 Parent Input 

  • Parents are invited to visit the school library and encouraged to be involved with their child's material selections 

  • "A parent desiring to restrict their child's access to specific library books or materials shall submit the request in writing to the library professional at the school the child is attending, " DSD Library Policy. 

  • All material concerns can be addressed with the school librarian.  If further action is desired, the DSD library policy for formal reconsideration of library materials will be followed 



The Seahawk Center Library is opened:

Monday-Thursday 7:50-3:15
Friday 7:50-2:15

Teachers who wish to bring classes to the library, can contact Mrs. Barlow.  


School Library Events

Book Lists and Reviews

Library Standards

The Library Media DESK focuses and prioritizes the reading and information literacy skills that students need to know and be able to use to help them read and research effectively in all subjects and with a variety of technologies.


Secondary DESK Standards
6-12 Secondary Library Media Standards  
Utah State Board of Education Library Media Standards


Join our Davis community by reading on Read Across Davis day
March 2, 2018


Citation Sites

Research Tools

8th Grade Research Links

Holocaust Museum

Anne Frank

World Book online

Gale Biography in context

Cybrary of the Holocaust





Victorian Research Links

http://www.historic-uk.com/HistoryUK/HistoryofEngland/A-Victorian-Christmas/   X 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/victorianchristmas/history.shtml   x 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/victorian_britain/   X 





http://www.victorianweb.org/l    index    

http://www.victorian-era.org/index.html      ****index     

 http://www.aboutbritain.com/articles/life-in-victorian-england.asp    industrialization    


http://www.history.org.uk/resources/primary_resource_3871_134.html  0020     

http://charlesdickenspage.com/christmas.html  influence on Christmas     

http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/dickens/xmas/    influence on Christmas   http://www.patheos.com/blogs/markdroberts/2011/12/08/charles-dickens-the-man-who-invented-christmas/      







Library Event Highlights