Staffed by Teacher Librarian, Christina Lanzaro, the Rosemont High School library is the heart of our campus. While offering traditional services, the library also functions as a classroom for lessons and research. The library provides students with an impressive collection of literature, nonfiction work, and reference materials.
Check out the monthly displays and new books.
Hours of Operation
Hours: 7:30 am – 5:30 pm daily, unless posted otherwise.
The ASSETS program (After School Safety & Enrichment for Teens) keeps the Library/Media Center open Monday through Friday from 2:46 pm – 5:30 pm. Computers and textbooks are available for our students’ use, in addition to free tutoring and homework assistance.
Students are asked to sign-in when using the library. By signing in, students agree to follow library rules and procedures. Sign-in information is also used to provide statistics on library use.
The following resources provide writing assistance to students:
- Citation Machine
- OWL Purdue-MLA
Sacramento Public Library
For students needing additional resources beyond those at Rosemont, the Sacramento Public Library provides access to a number of online databases and periodicals.
Students will need a public library card and a self-generated PIN in order to use the Sacramento Public Library’s online resources. Students may contact the library by telephone at 916-264-2855 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Checking out books
- Students may check out three books for three weeks each.
- Books may be renewed as long as there is “no hold” on them.
- Only two books may be checked out on the same topic
- Reference books (marked “R” or “Ref”) are available for in-library use only.
- Students who have lost a book or have an overdue book may not check out another book until the lost or overdue book issue has been resolved.
Students using the library’s computers must:
- Have an ID card to check out computers
- Use computers for academic research and document preparation only.
- Save documents to the H drive (desktops only), a jump drive, or e-mail information home.
- Not alter programs in any manner.
- Follow the SCUSD Internet Use Guide posted on yellow signs on the wall near the computers.
Expectations of Student Behavior
When using the library, students must keep in mind the following expectations for their behavior. Failure to follow the rules may result in library privileges being temporarily suspended.