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Nicole LaCrosse

Library Media Tech III

805-520-6830 ext 7025


School Library

805-520-6830 Extension 7025




M-F 7:45 - 3:35, closed from 1:00 - 2:00

Thu 7:45 - 2:35, closed from 12:30 - 1:30

Fri 7:45 - 3:35, closed from 1:10 - 2:10



Use this link to access Sinaloa's School Library.

Then click on the Sinaloa Middle School Link.

The main page has instructions on how to log in and access the library's database. You can use this to view your library and textbook loans as well as books available for check out. There are also helpful links to various resources including instructions on how to cover textbooks.


Please visit Sinaloa's Online School Library:



Save your receipts!!!


Box Tops for Education now has an easier way to turn in box tops. All you have to do is download the app to your cell phone and follow the instructions. More information is available here:


If you still prefer to clip box tops, please have your child put their homeroom teachers name, first and last name on their bag of box tops and drop them off in their colored team box in the office.

Thank you for clipping Box Tops!!!

Rachel Ford

Sinaloa Middle School PTSA



How do I get my child to read during the summer?Boy Reading

1. Use the Public Library Programs
2. Find books that interest your child.
3. Read the Book then Watch the Movie.
4. Choose books that go with summer.
5. Engage the imagination.  Find books with a good mystery or activity.
Make Reading a Part of Your Summer!
Educators consider summer reading to be very important in the development of life-ling reading habits, as well as maintaining literacy skills.  It is documented that children who continue to read over the summer months perform better when school begins.


California Reading List (CRL)


The more you read, the better reader you will become. Follow this link and then click on “search for a reading list” and you will find plenty of books tailored to your reading level.  Perfect for SSR and vacation time! cde.jpg