FHS Library Services
Services by Appointment
Library services (printing, research, reading, studying, book check out, etc.) will be by appointment before school, at lunch, and after school until further notice via the Appointments Google Form, or use the QR code on the window outside of the library. Upon your arrival, check in with library staff to confirm your appointment, and then sign in/out (select “enter” or “exit” on the library Chromebook and scan your ID card or manually type your ID number, and submit).
Our three library conference/study rooms--one of which is a green screen room with accompanying filming equipment, and one of which is a podcasting room with accompanying audio recording equipment--can be reserved by request to library staff.
Check out and renew books at the circulation desk with your student ID number. Books are due back in two weeks if they are not renewed. Request to put a hold on checked out books at the circulation desk or via email. Return books via the book depository slot outside of the library front doors, even when the library is closed. The following materials cannot be checked out by students: reference materials, library textbooks, and videos. Additional checkouts are not permitted if there are overdue materials. Happy reading!
Computers & Printing
We are happy to provide free use of Chromebooks and printers to our community of patrons.
To print from PUSD Chromebooks:
•You must be signed into your Chromebook or signed into Google Docs with your @pleasantonusd.net account
•File>[Ctrl] + [P] or the print icon button
•The print window screen should appear. The destination needs to be set to “PUSD Secure Canon” (click “change” button to select it in the print dialog window and select “PUSD Secure Canon” if needed)
•When the destination is set to “PUSD Secure Canon,” click the blue “Print” button
•Log into printer with pin/student ID #, select “secure print” on screen, select (highlight) the file title, select either “print+delete” (to delete the file from your queue after it prints) or “print+ save” (to save the file in your queue after it prints), and select “log out” AFTER your document prints