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SJND Miller Library: About the Library

Contact and Hours

Mallory Cornett, MLIS
Open Monday - Friday | 7:30 am to 4:30 pm
Closed Weekends, Holidays, & Summer

Library Account

You will need your Student ID to check out any and all materials from the Library.
You can sign in to your library account online through Launchpad or through the Library’s Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC). Here, you can search the catalog and reserve titles for pick up at my desk.  You can also renew materials that you have checked out.

Borrowing Policies

Material Limits 
10 Books
2 Renewals, unless another student is On Hold for the item

Due Dates
Books: 30 days 
Books checked out within 30 days of the last day of school are due back on the last day of classes.
Reference Materials: 7 days
Student receives EMAIL RECEIPT upon checkout
Student receives automatic notification when item is immediately overdue
Student receives automatic notification when item is 7 days overdue
If you do not return your library materials, you will not receive your transcripts or class schedule for the following school year.

Library Orientation

Library Orientation

View the slides to learn more about how to navigate your library's print resources.

Library Rules

  1. There is no eating or drinking (except water) in the Library and Conference Room.
  2. Use headphones if you want to listen to music or watch something on your device.
  3. Respect this space. Remember, this is your library! Throw away any garbage, recycle unneeded papers, return your chair to where it belongs, and do not sit or stand on the furniture. 
  4. Respect your classmates. Do not yell across the room or annoy students who are working. This means no throwing anything, running, bouncing balls, etc.
  5. The Conference Room is for group work ONLY. There are 6 people MAX allowed in the space at a time.
  6. Textbooks do not leave the Library. You can make copies of or use the textbook only if you have your Student ID.
  7. All belongings left behind in the Library will be given to the Main Office at 4:30 pm each day and available for pick up there the next day.

Loaner Laptop Program

You can borrow a loaner laptop for the day if your device is damaged or inoperable. Come to the Library before school, during the break, or during Lunch to check out. Do not come to the Library during class time to check out a laptop. Have your School ID or number ready. Log in to the laptop using your Gmail credentials. Laptops have LockDown Browser installed. Laptops are due back at 4 pm on the same day they are checked out. If you need a long-term loaner laptop, please email your Counselor or Academic Dean, Mr. Chris Trinidad. 

Room Reservations

Email or gchat for Library and Conference Room reservations or check the Room locations for availability in Google Calendar. Room reservations will only be held for 15 minutes after the start time. 

Exam Proctoring

  • Students taking exams in the Library will follow all directions from their teachers.  
  • Students must sit two chairs apart as space allows.
  • Students will not leave the room to go to their lockers and/or bathroom once their exam begins.
  • All belongings, including mobile devices, will be left at my desk.
  • There is absolutely no talking during the exam.
  • I cannot provide you with a calculator.


Supplies are available for use at the Supply Station to the left of the printer.  Please check with me before using any supplies.  
Supplies include tape, stapler, paper cutter, hole puncher, staples, markers, crayons, colored pencils, highlighters, etc.  
Supplies are very limited and must stay in the Library at all times.
The SJND Miller Library's mission is to provide you with diverse resources to meet your information needs and curiosities; empower you to take initiative in furthering the depth and breadth of your education; teach you how to locate, access, evaluate, use, and properly cite information sources; and help you become a compassionate, discerning, and self-directed lifelong learner.