Wendy Haws, M. Ed.
Mon.-Thurs. - 7:45 am - 3:15 pm
Friday - 7:45 am - 2:00 pm
The mission of the Central Davis Jr. High Library is to provide a safe and stimulating environment that supports the informational, educational, and recreational needs of our diverse school community. The library strives to stimulate intellectual curiosity and to establish the habit of lifelong reading and learning.
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All Davis County School District students have been dismissed from school for at least the next two weeks. All due dates for books that are currently checked out have been suspended as of Friday, March 13th. Students will not be charged overdue fees for days that school is not being held. Books will not be due until regular school is resumed.
The latest protocol is that only "daily essential staff" will be allowed in the school. If you want a book, check our catalog (link below) to make sure it is in and then send me an email telling me what you would like. I will check it out to you and email you to tell when you can pick it up. Then you can pick up your book(s) during curbside breakfast and lunch pick up hours. You can drop off books that you want to return, too.
Students may also access audio books and ebooks via Overdrive Sora. The app can be downloaded for free or is accessible through the students' Microsoft account.
Please feel free to email me with any questions or concerns.
Stay safe and keep reading!
If you entered the coloring contest, swing by the main office during open hours to pick up your prize and your entry!
The top five winners were Thomas Brown, Otili Fonokalafi, Gabe Garcia, Annabelle Muster, and Lindsay Ortiz
Prizes are available for all participants: Taylor Behling, Luray Clemens, Mileini Fonokalafi, Mary Linford, Natasha Lym, Tyler Parry, and Lily Pierce