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Mount Rainier High School
22450 19th Avenue South Des Moines, WA 98198

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Monday-Friday: 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Mount Rainier High School
22450 19th Avenue South Des Moines, WA 98198

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Welcome to the MRHS Library

Digital & Online Learning Access Portal


 

Visit the MRHS Virtual Library Website

Find links to informational videos, book-shares and more.


 

Ebook Access:  Exercise Your Brain

Open Ebook

Check out up to 10 books at a time FOR FREE!  Click on the "Getting Started" link.  Upload the Open eBooks app to your phone or tablet. To get your own log-in code and pin number email Ms. Carlson your name and student ID number.  Follow the instructions on the guidesheet to log in and start reading!

MackinVIA

Students and education staff can now access thousands of multi-user ebooks from Mackin VIA until September 2020 for FREE thanks to a variety of publishers who recognize the challenges of distance learning for both teachers and students.  Watch this instructional video to find out how to log in, then click on the MackinVIA logo above to get started.

KCLS Student Accounts

Click on the URL below.  Select the "Middle, High School, and College Students" link.  Scroll down the page to find "eBooks and Downloadable Audiobooks for Teens".  Once you find a book, use the login information below to check out your selections.

Login Information

https://www.kcls.org/students
Username: 401+[Student ID]
Password: last four digits of [Student ID]


 

Follow MRHS Library on Social Media

Instagram: @mrhslibrarian

Join me on Instagram for recent book reads and up-coming content.


 

Library Mission

A school library is a shared space that ideally facilitates a welcome, inviting space for all who enter; provides access to information without discrimination; nurtures intellectual freedom; enhances and supports globally-minded and rigorous academic programs; encourages reading both for coursework and pleasure; promotes opportunities for students and staff to engage in the sharing of ideas and information; and, encourages the development of an appetite for life-long learning--all requisites for maintaining a democratic society.

Need help logging into Class Link?

Watch this VIDEO!

Online Library Catalog

Click the logo to start exploring. 

Search for books, magazines and other resources from home or anywhere you have Internet access.  Need help? Watch this getting started video

Library Staff

Lisa Carlson 
Teacher-Librarian

Laurie Perovich
Library Technician