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Library Guidelines

Library Guidelines and Conduct

  • No Drink or Food
  • Be Respectful
  • Have a Valid Pass or ID
  • Use Quiet Voices
  • Be Nice

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Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo High School Library

Welcome to Our Library


Phone (562) 951-7736




Growth Mindset #1: Everyone can learn! * Be a reader!

Library Hours:

Open (before school, nutrition, lunch and after school):

7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.


When you need information for your paper - Use the links below.


Special Events

  • Banned Books Week - September 25-29, 2017
  • Have you read a banned book? Do you want to read a Banned Book? Come see the Banned Books Display in the Library today!
  • Extra Credit Opportunity: If your English teacher is participating, here is the information you need:


National Hispanic Heritage Month

  • National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15) we recognize the contributions made and the important presence of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States and celebrate their heritage and culture.


  • See our book display featuring Hispanic topics.


  • Test your knowledge of Hispanic culture and countries by doing a crossword puzzle, hidden message word
    search, or quiz. Show your completed work to the librarian and get a treat. 



  • Got Game?        
  • Play chess or checkers in the library at lunch



Students Visiting the Library During Class Time:

  • Cabrillo Photo ID
  • Pass Signed by that Period’s Teacher/Admin/Counselor/Coach (whoever is sending the student to Library)
  • Sign into the Library
  • No Cell Phone Use - Cell phones stay in backpack.

Library Materials and Circulation Policies

  • Up to five (5) books may be checked out with a Cabrillo ID for 2 weeks.
  • After two (2) weeks a book may be renewed.
  • Late books cost 10 cents per school day for each day they are late.
  • A wide range of non-fiction books which match curriculum are available as well as books for personal and recreational interests.
  • Fiction books of various Genres are available; for example, Mystery, Science Fiction, Romance, Sports, Fantasy, Manga and Graphic novels.
  • Books in Spanish and a small collection of educational videos are also available.
  • eBooks are available.
  • Lost or damaged books will be charged at the cost of full replacement plus a processing fee.

What the library can do for you...


  • Help you find authorative research sources
  • Computers are available to access & print your documents     
  • Microsoft: Word, Excel, PowerPt.
  • Quiet place to study
  • Read
  • Book suggestions
  • Restful place to relax
  • Assistance with tasks


  • Print school work for FREE with Black & White printer.
  • Print school work in color for 40 cents.
  • Non-school work printing is 10 cents for Black & White and 40 cents for color.
  • Photocopying is 10 cents per page.

Mrs. Ashbrooke





When you absolutely have to know, ask a librarian.

Librarians don't know everything. They just know how to find out everything.

Mr. Doug Gerow

Library Media Assistant

Email Mr. Gerow

The Teacher Librarian and Library Media Assistant are here to help YOU. We can help you succeed.

Library Calendar

Today: 1/22/18
8:00 AM 8am Admin Meeting
3:00 PM 3pm BSOC V/JV (AB) (Fields 1&2)
3:00 PM 3pm Perkins Meeting (Room 1001)