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(909) 477-6900


Los Osos High School Library and Media Center


HOURS: The library is open 7:00 a.m. to 3:50 p.m. except on Friday; when the library is open 8:15 a.m. to 3:50 p.m. Students may use the library before school, at lunch, or after school. During class time, students must have a pass from a teacher to use the library, unless the teacher has scheduled the entire class into the library for instruction or research, or if the student does not have a class during that period.

RESOURCES: Students have free access to many resources including books, magazines, newspapers, online databases, and the Internet.

ID: Students must carry their current school IDs with them at all times. Students must present their ID card in order to check out any library resources including the computers. Replacement IDs are available at the ID desk in the library. Replacement cost is $7.

BOOK POLICIES: All textbooks and library books are checked out and returned in the library. Students must present their current ID card when checking out any book. Books are the responsibility of the student until the books are returned. If students turn in a book that is not theirs, they are still responsible for the one originally checked out to them.

Lost, stolen, or damaged books are the responsibility of the student.  The library is not responsible for stolen books. Teachers are not responsible for books left in their classrooms.  Students are advised to write their names inside their textbooks to prevent mix-ups with other students. Students are advised to cover all textbooks to prevent damage. The use of adhesive book covers is not allowed due to cover damage when they are removed.