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If accessing resources outside of school, you may need login credentials.
Contact Mrs. Stairs for assistance. [email protected]


Library Items for Distance Learners

HCHS Library wants to accommodate all student readers.  

For now, Distance Learners may access print copies by requesting these via email or placing holds through their online library accounts.  Once an item is ready to picked up, an email will be sent to the Distance Learner's student email account notifying him or her.  Items may be picked up in the front lobby any weekday from 8-2.  Upon return, these items will be quarantined for 4 days before re-entering circulation.
On a case-by-case basis, any student in good standing (without already overdue items) may be allowed to check out 2 items in addition to assigned class novels.  With eBooks coming in the near future, the best place for a Distance Learner to start is to set up a library account.  Please access the video (see right side of this page) for instructions on how to do that and the benefits that go with having an online library account.

If you need further assistance, please contact Karen Stairs.
HCHS Library on Remind: Text @gh9a4b to 81010
Phone: 270-653-4044

HCHS Sponsors Read-a-thon to Benefit Relay for Life

As part of the annual I Love to Read Week reading initiative, this year, in honor of those individuals in our local school system and community who are currently battling cancer, Hickman County High School is holding a building-wide Read-a-thon to benefit the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life program.  Each HCHS student will have the opportunity to participate in this worthy cause.

Beginning Friday, February 14, HCHS students will begin asking for pledges from friends, family, and community members.  Pledges will be based on the number of minutes students accumulate while reading during I Love to Read Week (February 24th-28th at the high school).   Pledges will consist of committing to donate a few cents per minute read, and donors may set the max amount they would like to contribute. 

Pledges are due for collection during the first week of March.  Let’s work together to fight this disease and support reading at the same time!

For more information, please contact Karen Stairs at the HCHS Library (270-653-4044) or send and email to [email protected]

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