The JHHS Archives are Open

After collecting boxes of materials -- everything from letters to photos, calendars to yearbooks, we have begun the process of creating collections and cataloguing the materials Our first collection is called The 1968 Dedication and features materials related to the dedication of John Hersey High School on November 9-10, 1968. The collection includes photographs, letters, programs, newspapers and video. All material is available online. The 1968 Dedication in the first collection of the JHHS Archives to be catalogued. The purpose of the JHHS Archives is to maintain and preserve items related to the history of John Hersey High School. The archive contains items directly related to John Hersey himself, plus various pertinent materials cataloged for the purpose of preserving the history and traditions of the school. We endeavor to place as much as possible online to allow for maximum access. ORGANIZATION OF THE ARCHIVES The JHHS Archives is organized into “Collections” and each collectio

Did you "Barbenheimer" this summer?

  Barbie and Oppenheimer were two of the biggest movies this summer.  Did you check them out?  Come down to the library to check out our books that will extend that experience!  Plus, we have an official ARC "Barbenheimer" playlist on Spotify.  Check it out!

Some new changes...

Welcome back, everybody! There are some changes this year in the ARC. We have a new self-checkout station, so you can checkout books at any time. It's quick and easy!  Plus, you can print from your iPads and the help desk is now located in the "Yellow Zone" in the ARC! Check out this video for the updates! The ARC also has new hours. The ARC will now be open from 7:30 to 3:00 pm daily. For those of you who liked to hang out in the ARC after school will have to go to the commons. Stop down to the ARC to check things out!

Welcome to the New School Year!

Can you believe that summer is just about over? Hope you got a lot of good reading done this summer. Remember, you can check out a book anytime here in the library -- So come on down to get more books! There are some changes that are being made in the ARC this year. Just so you know, we will have new hours. Unfortunately, the ARC will NOT be open after school.  NEW ARC Hours:  Monday - Friday, 7:30am - 3:00pm   The Zones here in the ARC will still be enforced. What are the Zones? Check out this video: Want a refresher in how to find and check out a book? Watch this! Have a great year! Any questions, just come on down and ask!

Happy Pride Month, 2023!

Happy Pride Month, 2023! Although we celebrated earlier in the school year, this month marks the beginning of the gay rights movement by commemorating the Stonewall Riots of 1969 . We have many books in the ARC, but if you would like a book right now, why not go digital. Our SORA app has a wide variety of books featuring LBGTQ+ characters and themes. Open the SORA app on your iPad to download. Or, read on your computer or laptop by clicking here .  “There will not be a magic day when we wake up and it’s now okay to express ourselves publicly. We make that day by doing things publicly until it’s simply the way things are.”                   – Tammy Baldwin, U.S. Senator from Wisconsin

The next episode of Rainbow and His Puppet Gang is here!

Last semester, senior Warren Burdin produced an audio episode of his puppet series called "Rainbow and his Puppet Gang."  Episode 2 is now available. It is called "Two Puppets and an Infant." This episode features not just rainbow, but Dylan and Scorch as well. Take a listen below!

Huskie Excellence - Spring 2023

 Here is the Huskie Excellence Video for Spring, 2023.

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