Library OPACs

DSHS Library Catalog (OPAC)

(View a brief video demonstration of how to login to the OPAC to view your loan status. Return your overdue items!)

Yolo County Public Library OPAC

OverDrive eBooks and Audiobooks

OverDrive uses Sora. Get the app here:
sora app icon

Students at Davis Senior High School may now search the online public access catalog (OPAC) and place books on reserve to check out and take home.

Visit the Online Book Reservations page for details.

ELA Novel Request form (for Ms. Campbell and Ms. Kehoe)
The Craig Armstrong Library at Davis Senior High School uses the student ID barcode to loan books and to track student visits to the library. You may display your physical ID card, a photo image on your phone screen, or the digital ID available through the StudentConnect Portal. (View a Google Slide Deck on how to access your digital ID.)

Craig Armstrong Library


Regular Hours

 Monday to Thursday  8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
 Fridays  8:00 a.m. - 3:40 p.m.
 Bruce Cummings  Teacher Librarian
 Laura Rodarte  Textbook Library Technician
 Angie Nadler  Circulation & Computer Lab Library Technician
 Mitra Ahmadi  Extended Hours Technician
 Lisa Thomas  Extended Hours Technician

General Information

The Collection

The Davis High library houses over 33,000 volumes in the main main library including audiovisual materials such as videos, CDs, and DVDs.

You can search our library from the comfort of your own living room. 

Textbook room

The textbook room houses over 50,000 volumes including calculators.  This collection is managed with Insignia Software. The textbook room is open from 8:00 a.m. to 10 minutes after school dismisses. The textbook room is also open for the first 10 minutes of the lunch period. Students must display their ID barcode to borrow textbooks.

Questions? Contact library staff at [email protected]

DJUSD Library Mission Statement

The mission of the Davis Joint Unified School District Libraries is to foster a lifelong love and habit of reading, while promoting skills and literacy in the ethical and effective use of information and technology among all students. This is accomplished by the instruction of teacher librarians supported by technicians, who work collaboratively with faculty and staff and oversee the provision of a wide variety of print and electronic resources.