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Schlagle Library Staff

Ms. Angela Patterson
Library Media Specialist

F.L. Schlagle High School


Schlagle's Magic Wall

Where are they?
Our eBooks are on the Schlagle Magic Wall. Open up the following link.  

How do they work?
The eBooks are checked out just like a regular library book.  Once you’ve chosen the book you want, you download it to your device’s eReader.  Once the loan period is up, the book disappears from your device’s eReader’s library.

You can check out two eBooks at a time, and the loan period defaults to 14 days.

But I don’t have an eReader……
Yes, you do.  Your MacBook will work, and so will an android phone, an iPhone, and even an iPod Touch.  And if you do have a Kindle or Nook or iPad, all of those will work, too.

 What do I do next?
If you’re interested in seeing what we have, go to our Magic Wall  and take a look at the collection.

When you see something you’d like to check out, come by the library and we’ll get you started.  Once we have your device set up, and show you how to check out, the rest is up to you.

 I can figure it out myself, so I’m good, right?
Actually, we do need to set up your MacBook so it can read the books, and there is some Library account information you don’t have, so you do need our help to get started……and then yeah, you’re good to go. 

KCKPL - Free Tutoring

Get Help from a Tutor Right Now! is an awesome resource provided to students by the KCK Public Library!  You can access test prep materials, a proofreader for papers, and best of all real live tutors!  The Library provides up to 15 free tutoring sessions per week.  Signing up is a breeze:

First, find your public library card or sign up for an e-card here.

Next, visit our through this library's catalog page (or you can link directly here).

Sign in using your library card number and create a password.  This will enable you to record what you have worked on in your sessions (you could even show your parents and teachers!).

Schlagle Library Online Resources

 Click on this LINK  to access Schlagle's Online Resources.

 You may use these resources from anywhere that you have Internet access. If a password is required use hallpass.

MLA Formatting

The Purdue University Online Writing Lab provides an extensive resource on how to correctly use MLA formatting and citation.  Find it here.

A citation generator for your Works Cited page can be found here.  

Read Kansas City Star ONLINE 

Use the above link to read the actual newpaper, Kansas City Star.

Go to the student login (upper right hand corner of page)

Class ID: 17363

Password: Stallions

Click GO... when you get to next page, click on E-Star image. Turn off pop up blockers for this to work. Once the paper has loaded you will see two versions. The one on the right is the actual daily paper.