Sheldon Library

Sheldon High School Library

Online Office Hours and Canvas Support:
2:00-3:00 on synchronous learning days, or by appointment
Ms. Kori Kunz, Teacher-Librarian  ~
Zoom Link (log into your 4J Google account first)

Search for books in the Library Catalog: click on DESTINY

Library Book Online Checkout and Curbside Pick-up (or classroom delivery) available on synchronous learning days!

Audiobooks and eBooks  (log into your 4J Google account first)

All 4J Students:
You can get a free Eugene Public Library card, even if you live outside of city limits! To get a card, go in person to the public library, or mail in the postage-paid card you can pick up in the high school library. You can also call 541-682-5450 to get set up if you only want to access the Eugene Public Library’s online resources.

Join the Sheldon Book Club–ONLINE! Thursdays 1:30pm
Zoom Meeting Link (log into your 4J Google account first)

If you have overdue library books or textbooks: until you can return them, please put them in a safe place where they won’t get lost or damaged.
All overdue items should be returned to either the textbook return slot (for class books) next to the textbook window across from the front office, or to the library book return slot inside the library at the circulation counter. If you are online only, you can make arrangements with Mrs. Mertz (541-790-6663) or Ms. Kunz (541-790-6662) to drop items off curbside at the school.

Circulation Policy:

  • Checkout is for three weeks.
  • Books may be renewed twice.
  • Overdue fines apply after 60 days, up to a max of $10 for each title. (late fines are suspended during COVID closure)
  • Students with clean records may check out as many books as they want to be responsible for.

My motto is that I’d rather lose a book than a reader. Keep in mind, though, lost or damaged books must be paid for and can be quite expensive, so please treat our resources respectfully.
For graduating seniors, diplomas and transcripts may be withheld if books are not returned or fines paid.

The mission of the school library program is to:

  • provide access to high quality information resources;
  • teach information literacy so that students and staff are effective, efficient and ethical users of information;
  • promote literacy and a lifelong love of reading and learning.

Enjoy your school year, and please let us know if we can be of assistance!