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Spartan Library

Kristine Brown

Mrs. Brown
801 402 6408

Library Hours 7:45 - 3:15 Mon-Thurs
                        7:45 - 2:00 Friday

School Library Mission Statement

The South Davis Spartan library exists to ensure that the library is a safe place where patrons can be effective users of information and ideas. We will empower our patrons to be critical thinkers, effective collaborators, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers and to develop a lifelong love of reading.

 Upcoming Events

Spartan Book Club - come sign up in the library

District Family Literacy Night is October 14, 7:00 pm at Davis High School 

Read Across Davis - March 2, 2020

DSD Library Webpage

DSD Library Webpage


Spartan Library

Curiosity is the hunger,
the library is the feast. 


Library Event Highlights

Heart Bookshelf

Spartan Book Club is up and running. Our first book is "I Am the Cheese". Students can come to the library to get a copy of the book to read. We will meet at lunch on October 30 to discuss the book. 



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Library Destiny Catalog
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School library catalog site

Overdrive Digital Library Catalog
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Student login:  Student username and pin #
Teacher login: Encore username and password

Utah's Online Library Database Catalog
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Ask the librarian for the login information to use from home.

Book Request Form 


Library Information

Library Information

Policies and Guidelines

Spartan Library Policies are:

- Library is open 7:45 am - 3:15 pm Monday through Thursday. Friday the library is open 7:45 am - 2:00 pm

- Books are checked out for 3 weeks, not counting non-school days

- There are no fines this year for late books. You will be fined the cost of the book + $2 processing fee for any damaged or lost books. n.



- The Spartan Library is open every day 7:45 to 3:15 Monday through Thursday and 7:45 - 2:-00 on Friday.

- The library is open for lunches unless there is a class using the library.

-Teachers can email or come see me to schedule individual times for their classes to use the library or the computer lab. 

School Library Events

Come join the Spartan Book Club. The club is open to students, teachers and parents. A book will be provided for the club members to read. We will meet in the library for your lunch to eat and discuss the book. Please sign up in the library. 

Book Lists and Reviews

Good Reads 

Library Standards

The Library Media DESK focuses and prioritizes the reading and information literacy skills that students need to know and be able to use to help them read and research effectively in all subjects and with a variety of technologies.

Secondary DESK Standards
6-12 Secondary Library Media Standards  
Utah State Board of Education Library Media Standards


Join our Davis community by reading on Read Across Davis day
March 2, 2018


Join the Davis community in 
Read Across Davis
March 2, 2020

Davis Reads Website

Book Suggestions

Some books that I have loved include:

- Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir -  In a brutal world a girl who is orphaned when her entire family is killed or taken fights to get her last remaining family back. (There are 3 books in this series. I love #1 and #2, but not the third one as much.)

- Ranger's Apprentice by John Flanagan - An orphan boy dreams of being apprenticed to the battle school, but instead is chosen by the secretive King's Rangers. )There are 12 books in this series and I loved every one of them. 

- The Weight of Swords by Lance Conrad - The country of Helveti has endured numerous attacks from dragons only fought back by sword bearers using ancient weapons. Artair is a master sword bearer who must fight for his own life and his country

- The Selection by Kiera Cass - A poor girl is selected to vie for the throne and marry the handsome prince. America doesn't want either of these things but is forced to compete anyway. 

- Deathwatch by Robb White - A college students is hired to take a rich man Bighorn sheep hunting. When he "accidently" shoots a homeless man whom he thinks is a sheep. The college student is placed in a situation where he must choose between being honest or the rich mans belief that anything can be bought for a price. I loved the plot twist at the end.