The library at Heritage is a quiet study area where students are welcome to work on school related projects, do research and access Heritage resources that include online databases and eBooks, or they are welcome to sit and enjoy a book in a cozy corner.
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Click on the link above to look up a book, an ebook, or digital audiobook, search databases and more through this interactive version of our online catalog. 

Students may login by using their Google Apps account information (first part of account username without the, and their Google Apps password) 

Staff may log into the library system by using their regular network username and password.

HHS Databases and Online Resources
See our Database and Online Resource page to access these resources at school, or use the usernames and passwords in your student planner to access them at home.

External Resources
All Colorado Libraries- Colorado Virtual Library - coloradovirtuallibrary. 
Bemis Library is the library for the city of Littleton - 
The Arapahoe Library District of community libraries has an extensive online teen section-
The Arapahoe Library District also has an online student help section called "Learning Express Library." Students with a valid ALD card can access practice tests and build skills in math, reading, grammar and vocabulary- 

Technology in the Library
The library houses several computer areas. One set of computers resides near the main entrance of the library. This bank of computers, as well as a printer, are available for students during regular library hours. These computers can be used to access the library collection at Heritage and other libraries state-wide, to do internet research, to work within Google Drive and to work on projects using the Microsoft Office 2010 package.
In the back of the library, there are two computer labs that teachers can reserve for classroom use. (Staff may use this link to reserve a lab.) The Windows computer lab includes 34 computers loaded with Microsoft Office 2010 as well as other class-specific software. It also includes a SmartBoard for presentations. The Idea Hub is available for classes needing access to OS software like iPhoto and iMovie and for group presentations on two large displays. It houses 10 iMacs and 20 Macbooks.
Library personnel can assist students with any document created with Google and Office 2010. If you have any questions about what software products and/or hardware we have at Heritage, please refer to the HHS Technology Recommendations page.  
Checkout Procedures
A school ID card is required to check out materials. Items need not be present to be renewed. 
  • Reference books and periodicals may be checked out for 1 night. 
  • Items from the general collection may be checked out for 3 weeks.
  • CD & MP3 CD collections may be checked out for 1 week.
  • eBooks and Digital Audiobooks are returned on a pre-set date. Please return early if finished. 
Overdue Fines
  • $.25/night per book for general collection and reference collection
  • $1.00/night for Daily Chromebook checkout
  • Lost/damaged or unreturned items will be charged full replacement cost.

New Policy for Late Fees
Students may still check out items even if they have late fees on their account.