Staffed by Librarian, Lynnette Scott, the CKM library is a bustling center of activity on campus. While offering traditional services, the library also functions as the school’s media center. The library provides students with an impressive collection of literature, nonfiction work, and reference materials. In addition, to written material, the library features a large number of computer terminals where students can conduct academic research and document preparation for classes.
Hours of Operation
The hours of operation for student use are posted on the main counter inside the entrance to the library. In the evening, the library is oftentimes used for PTSA, site council, and other meetings or gatherings.
Contact the Library
Lynnette Scott, Librarian
916-395-5050 x503070, firstname.lastname@example.org
Students are asked to sign-in when using the library. By signing in, students agree to follow library rules and procedures. Sign-in information is also used to provide statistics on library use by CKM students.
Sacramento Public Library
For students needing additional resources beyond those at CKM, the Sacramento Public Library provides access to a number of online databases and periodicals. Students will need a public library card and a self-generated PIN in order to use the Sacramento Public Library’s online resources. Students may contact the library by telephone at 916-264-2855 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
The following resources provide writing assistance to students:
C.K. McClatchy High School began as one of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Public Works Administration Projects (PWA) in 1936 and cost approximately $800,000 to build. The high school whose building style is Classicized Moderne architecture was named for C.K. McClatchy who had succeeded his father, James McClatchy, as editor of the Sacramento Bee in 1884 and died in 1936. Students began attending the school in September of 1937. The original library was housed across the hall from its present location.