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Library Media Center

Welcome to the CHS Library!


Have a Research or Reading Question?  

Click "Ask a Librarian."  Receive a Reply within 48 Hours.                                                                                      

Phone:  (631) 912-2164 

Hours:  Monday-Friday, 7:00 am – 2:25 pm

Library Media Specialists:  Mrs. Libbey  & Ms. Bronzino   

Library Assistants: Mrs. Capolongo   & Mrs. Aversa


Students must have a pass to use the library during all study hall and lunch periods. Passes are available in the library on the morning of or day before.  

Students may also visit the library before school, from 7:00 until 7:30. Passes are not required for before school hours.

Our collection contains a wide variety of current print sources, Ebooks, and databases. Most materials circulate for three weeks and may be renewed.

Join our Google Classroom.  Passwords are required for most databases. Please visit the library for an invite to our Google Classroom or  pick up a database password sheet.  

Teacher Corner: Guides to Open Educational Resources (OERs)

A free, online media-on-demand service developed for PreK-12 educators featuring interactives, images, video, audio files and more with lesson plans, background essays, and discussion questions.
GA&C partners with international museums, institutions, libraries and archives to present high-resolution images of the world’s most import artwork, historical and cultural artifacts, photographs, videos, manuscripts, scientific and historical exhibitions, and more.
DPLA Connects people to the riches held within America's libraries, archives, museums, and other cultural heritage institutions.
A digital platform created by the American Federation of Teachers where educators can collaborate and share lesson plans, classroom strategies, and professional development webinars.

Join our Google Classroom

Google Classroom

Scan the QR code to join our CHS Library Google Classroom!

Library Lessons

A guide for differentiating between fact, opinion, and misinformation in all forms of media.
How to use your school library.
View your checkouts and due dates, create book reviews, and access our library eBooks.

IB Resources