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UPHS Library Mission Statement

The Upper Perkiomen School District Library Program fosters the use of 21st century skills to enable patrons to become lifelong readers for learning, personal growth, and enjoyment. The library program facilitates learners to locate, use, and evaluate information in both print and digital sources to promote critical and creative thinking.

Link to Curriculum Map

Mrs. Kathy Stattel, MLS

UPHS Librarian
Club Advisor: Reading Olympics, Writer's Club

BA English, Cedar Crest College
MLS Kutztown University

kstattel@upsd.org
215-679-5935 ext. 7118

Hours of Operation

School year
7:30 am - 3:00 pm

Summer Library 2018: 5 Wednesday Mornings:
9 am - 12 noon
July 11, 18, 25
August 1, 8

Resources

Follett Destiny = The Library's OPAC (online public access catalog.)

There is an icon on every school computer: Library OPAC Destiny

The catalog can also be accessed through the school's website and by linking here from this site. Click into the high school catalog and you can search by clicking on the tab or you can login with your username and password (student ID number.) When you are logged in, you can check what you have out (info tab), you can put items on hold, and you can save resource lists.

To learn how to access the new eBooks through the library catalog, please see this handout:

Finding ebooks in the Follett Destiny Library Catalog

For help finding literary criticism sources in the library: Literary Criticism and Library

Safari Montage provides digital movies and images for classroom use.

Students have access through the OPAC Destiny. Please click here for directions: Safari Montage user tips

For much more information on the Library's vast collection, please click here for the Library's expanded website...

https://sites.google.com/a/upsd.org/uphs-library/