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April is National Poetry Month


National Poetry Month is a national celebration of poetry established by the Academy of American Poets. The idea is to widen the attention of individuals and the media—to the art of poetry, to living poets, to our complex poetic heritage, and to poetry books and journals of wide aesthetic range and concern. We hope to increase the visibility and availability of poetry in popular culture while acknowledging and celebrating poetry’s ability to sustain itself in the many places where it is practiced and appreciated.

 Ms. Paul’s English IV class is currently listening to audio books. The CUHS Library has a great selection of audio books to choose from, but is always looking for new titles. Please feel free to donate audio books to our collection!!



The CUHS library is committed to assisting students with accessing information. The Application Station is a space in the library where the school community can read, research, take things apart, put things together, create, destroy and explore information with their hands.

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Books Needed

The library is looking for new current books. Check out the Coast Union High School Wish List on and help us continue to maintain a current catalog of reading material for our students.  Your donations are GREATLY appreciated!

Please contact Ms. Sutherland-Jackson at 924-2800 or


Biblio (Book) + Phile (Lover) = CUHS Book Club

CUHS book club has gone virtual!

The CUHS Bibliophiles is currently reading The Fault of our Stars, by John Green.

In The Fault in Our Stars, Hazel a sixteen year old girl with terminal cancer meets Augustus at her kids-with-cancer support group. The two are kindred spirits, sharing an irreverent sense of humor and immense charm, and watching them fall in love even as they face universal questions of the human condition–How will I be remembered? Does my life, and will my death, have meaning?

John Green is a New York Times bestselling author who has received numerous awards, including both the Printz Medal and a Printz Honor. John is also the co-creator (with his brother, Hank) of the popular video blog Brotherhood 2.0, which has been watched more than 30 million times by Nerdfighter fans all over the globe. John Green lives in Indianapolis, Indiana.






Black Gold Library System

Zuulu Search

Sweet Search

Google Scholar

Catalog of Internet Resources

Internet Public Library

Best Information on the Net

The WWW Virtual Library

Encyclopedia Smithsonian






Gray’s Anatomy

The Life Wire

The Lab Bench

Breeds of Livestock


Periodic Table


French Tutor


Pulitzer Prize

Nobel Peace Prize

Literary Resources


The History Channel

AP Student



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