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Library Hours

Monday - Friday

7:30am - 4:00pm

Meet our Library Library Technician!

Rebecca Schroder with some produce she purchased from Slater s garden.
(Me purchasing some of the amazing produce grown at Slater.)


Rebecca Schroder

(707) 890-3880 x31125



LIbrary Departmentt

Welcome to the Library!!!

Our students like the variety of books the library has to offer. With over 14,000 titles, there is a book for everyone’s reading level and enjoyment. Thanks to the Student OneCard program (see below), students have access to public library books as well!

While in the library, students can check out books, study, work on their homework, read, draw using books from the art center, or access the internet for help with school work and research. 

Student oNecard program

Through partnerships formed with the school districts in Sonoma County, the Sonoma County Library is able to provide students access to public library resources using their student ID number.

The Student One Card Program Allows Students To…

How To Use The Student OneCard On The Sonoma County Library Website

  • Go to the Sonoma County Library web site.
  • When prompted for your library card number, use the prefix assigned to your school district in front of your student ID number (eg., srcs123456).
  • If asked for a PIN, use the four numbers of your year of birth.
  • Ask your teacher if you do not know your ID number.

Sonoma County Library understands that sometimes things happen and therefore the Library will forgive up to two lost or damaged items per Student OneCard account per school year. Users are responsible for fees on lost or damaged books for items exceeding the two item limit.

Textbook Recomendations

Students should…

Check books for damages and let library staff know if there is anything wrong with the book before it leaves the library.

Write their first and last names in ink in the front of each textbook in the space provided.

Keep their books covered. Paper book covers or stretchy cloth covers are preferable. Please DO NOT use contact paper to cover books!

Keep track of their books and know where they are at all times.

Return them on time. Most textbooks will be due at the end of the school term.

Students should NOT…

Lend their books to friends. If a friend loses/damages their book they are still responsible for it

Store their books in a friend's locker. If their friend is sick or does not return to school for some reason, the principal, vice-principal, or custodians are often too busy to open it for them.

Get the books wet. A common cause of water damage is when students put their water or juice bottles inside their backpacks with their books. The bottles leak, break, or sweat on the books. When this happens the books need to be dried immediately, otherwise mold will set in. Due to health codes, we cannot re-issue or keep moldy books. Therefore, students whose books cannot be saved will be charged for the book.

Write in the books (except for their name inside the front cover)

Slater families, let’s go green! Please sign up on the Home Access Center or provide your email address to the office at the start of the year. This not only saves earth’s precious natural resources, but enables us to contact you promptly with updates on overdue and lost books!

I Like Big Books

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accelerated reader

The library has over 6,000 Accelerated Reader titles. Students can read any AR book they desire, even if it isn’t a library book! Go to to see if a book is an AR book! logo

Tutors available:


3 pm-10 pm