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!
Visit the Nogales Virtual Library to browse our collection of books in our library
and place some on hold to read and enjoy!
If you have any questions or need anything specific
(for a class assignment, research, or a project)
November celebrates Native American Heritage Month!
Join us in recognizing the contributions of Native Americans!
Homework help is now available!
Are you having trouble with assignments or need help studying for a test? Online tutoring is available through Zoom Monday-Friday from 4pm-7pm. Join the RUSD Tutoring Google Classroom with code 3k44rbk to get help with homework assignments or tests. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Olander in the library. Thanks, Nobles!
We have access to ebooks and audiobooks through Junior Library Guild!
Just click on Junior Library Guild or this link.
Using the 'Sign in with Google' button, enter your school email address and password.
You'll be able to get a sneak peek at the ebooks and audiobooks and
read or listen to them from your devices!
If you have any questions, please let me know!
Take a look at some books of different genres! Just click on a table number to go to that genre and then click on the book covers to get an audio preview of the book! Let me know if you have any questions...
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanic Heritage Month
is a time to recognize the achievements and contributions of Hispanic Americans who have motivated and inspired others to succeed. Take a look at our presentation and discover books by Hispanic American authors featuring Hispanic American characters. Read about some famous Hispanic American artists and try some delicious traditional Hispanic dishes. Enjoy!
National Poetry Month is here!
Take a look at these books!
March celebrates Women's History Month!
Banned Books Week is an annual event that celebrates our freedom to read and highlights the value of free and open access to information. Students, educators, librarians, and all readers unite to support the freedom to seek and gain knowledge and express ideas and opinions, even when others might consider them to be unpopular (https://bannedbooksweek.org/about/).
It's Digital Citizenship Week!
Think about how we utilize technology and our devices to communicate, use, and create digital content positively and confidently!