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Welcome to Dr. Robert M. Packer Library!
Hi, Nobles!!  I'm Mrs. Olander, the teacher librarian here at Nogales!  I'm looking forward to talking about books with you and working with you and your teachers on research, projects, and assignments.  Please make your way to the library to check out books, use the computers, print, or just hang out!
  See you here!
For any questions or help with research or reference, please email me at
Hi Nobles!
Visit the Nogales Virtual Library to browse our collection of books in our library and put some on hold to read and enjoy!  If you have any questions or need anything specific (like for a class assignment, research, or a project) please let me know...!
Hi Nobles!
Having trouble with homework, projects, or assignments?  Struggle no more! 
Tutoring is available through Google Classroom! 
Join RUSD Secondary Tutoring Google Classroom
with code 3k44rbk, and get help with your work!  
Noble Parents!
Please fill out this form if you are interested in applying for a Los Angeles County Library Student Card Plus, a library card that will allow your student to access the Los Angeles County Library's collection of print and digital books, and its many online educational resources including free online homework help with a live tutor, research databases, ebooks and audiobooks! They'll also be able to place holds and check out up to three (3) books at a time at any library offering Sidewalk Service. There will be no overdue fines. When libraries reopen for in-person service, you can bring in your student to upgrade to a physical library card and enjoy even more perks! Your student will get their digital library card number and PIN (personal identification number) in their school email account. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Olander in the library at Thanks so much!
Hi Nobles!
The Los Angeles County Library is hosting its annual Bookmark Contest to encourage reading, promote creativity and artistic expression, and community involvement.  You will have the opportunity to have your bookmark featured in libraries throughout Los Angeles County! For more information, see the flyer below or go to  
Hi Nobles!
Banned Books Week is about having access to a variety of books, materials, and resources from a variety of opinions and points of view so we can become well-informed about different topics and issues.  Some books have been challenged and come very close to being taken off the shelves of libraries and bookstores all around the country.  Check out these books to see for yourselves why some people did not want them on the shelves of libraries and bookstores, and celebrate your freedom to read!
Happy reading!