Cleveland High School

High School


Cleveland Library

Welcome to the Cleveland HS Library

Logan Reichert, Cleveland STEM High School Librarian

Logan Reichert
Librarian, Logan Reichert

One thing I’ve learned from our librarian is how to apply to colleges and get financial aid.” – Andre Bacon, student 

School Librarians

The role of a school librarian is an integral part of the instructional programming of the school. They teach all users the skill of locating, evaluating, using, and citing information through various resources. Libraries are often called media centers, and librarians are called media and technology specialists. But that doesn’t change the fact that the school library is where students learn to be effective users of ideas and information. Read more on the district Celebrating School Librarians.

Cleveland HS Library Open Hours

  • Before School: 8:25-8:50 a.m.
  • During classes/advisory individual students can come with a signed note from a teacher.
  • During lunch for book check out, schoolwork, or other meetings.
  • After school: 3:40-4 p.m.
    • Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays

How to Place a Hold on a Book

To place a hold:

  1. Go to the Cleveland High School Library catalog
  2. Students log in using their district username and password.
  3. Find the book, eBook or audiobook you’d like to check out and click hold.
  4. Your book will be delivered to you in class, or you can pick up your book in the library at your convenience!
  5. Couldn’t find a title in our catalog? Suggest a book to be added to the CHS Library!

Library Link – Free Seattle Public Library (SPL) Account

Library Link is a program that provides access to the Seattle Public Library’s electronic resources for SPS students, including Cleveland High School.

Your student ID gives you access to the Seattle Public Library’s vast collection of information resources. For more information, visit the Library Link homepage.

Did you know? All CHS students have automatic access to digital materials — e-books, downloadable audiobooks, comics, streaming movies, TV and music services—through the Seattle Public Library’s Library Link partnership! This is in addition to their personal library card — students are already automatically signed up.

Log in to Library Link

Student account number: 990000 (four zeroes) followed by your 7-digit Student ID number to create a 13-digit number.

  • Example: if your Student ID is 1234567, your Library Link account number is 9900001234567.

Pin number: is the MMDD of your birthday, 2 digits for the month and 2 digits for the day.

  • Example if you were born on November 7th, your PIN is 1107.

Additional Library Link Resources

Hoopla is a web and mobile library media streaming platform for audio books, comics, e-books, movies, music, and TV. 

Access your Hoopla account FOR FREE

Librarian, Logan Reichert

Read thousands of comics, graphic novels and manga online for free. Sign in with your Library card from your internet-connected device to start reading now. 

I know some of you might like a graphic novel or movie at this time. I know I could use a distraction.

Let me know if you need help by sending me an email

Libby is a free app that allows you download free e-books and audio books from your local public library – anywhere, anytime.

All you need is a library card OR your student ID.

Visit the SPS-SPL Library Link for sign up directions.

In addition, check out the Meet Libby site to get started.

Students and staff can access the Seattle Times Print Replica online FOR FREE!

Newspapers for the past three months are available.

It may feel a little sketch using my email and password to log in, but that’s literally in the directions, so it’s OK!!

Password: nie2020