Textbook Distribution and Return 

Textbooks may be returned after school hours to the library drop bin located next to the main entrance of the main office/admin building. If the drop bin is full, please do not place books on top of the bin or on the ground. Return books during school hours to the library.

Please see below for instructions on how to pay fines.

Textbook Information and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I know if I have overdue books?
You may login to the DSHS Library OPAC and view your loan status. View this brief demonstration video on how to login to the OPAC and see whether you have any overdue items.

Book Return

You may return textbooks and library books to the library drop bin located next to the entrance of the main office/admin building. Books may be returned to the library or textbook room during regular hours.

If you have questions or concerns regarding textbooks, or fines for missing or damaged items, please send an email message to [email protected] or call the library at (530) 757-5400 extension 181.  Thank you.

How do I pay for fines?

We do not assess fines for items merely overdue. Fines are assessed for missing or damaged items only.

Fines may be paid online at the
 Blue Devil Online Store. Log in as the student. Select "Library" under "Product Categories", click on the lost & damaged books image and enter the amount of the fine(s), the student's name and the student's ID number. The fine amount field is labeled "Library Payments."

Fines may also be paid by check. Please include the student ID number in the memo line, and make the check payable to Davis Senior High School. Mail the check to:

Davis Senior High School

attn: Textbook Room

315 W 14th Street

Davis, CA 95616

How do I challenge a fine?
Send an email message to [email protected] with the details and circumstances of the fine. Please include the student's name and ID number. The fine may remain, be reduced, or be waived, depending upon our investigation.

I lost a book--how much does it cost/can I buy a replacement?
If you know the book in question is indeed lost, or damaged beyond repair, please contact [email protected] for payment or replacement options. Be sure to include details from the "Fine and Overdue Message" in your inquiry.

What if I have other questions?
Please contact the library staff at [email protected]. Or you may leave a phone message at the library desk, (530) 757-5400 extension 181.

Commonly Requested Textbooks

Below is a list of commonly requested textbooks, with links to selected online bookseller websites for each title.

Math Department

(Integrated Math 2) Core Connections Integrated II, CPM, 2015 ISBN 9781603283489 CPM Mathematics  Amazon listing  

(Integrated Math 3) Core Connections Integrated III, CPM, 2015 ISBN 9781603283939 CPM Mathematics Amazon listing 

(Intro Analysis) Precalculus, Holt, 2004 ISBN 9780030696084     Amazon listing    Barnes & Noble listing

(Calculus AB) Thomas' Calculus Early Transcendentals, Addison-Wesley, 2007 ISBN 9780321495754 Amazon listing 

(AP Statistics) Stats: Modeling the World, Pearson, 2007 ISBN 9780131876217   Amazon listing    Barnes & Noble listing 


Social Science Department

(AP US History) Enduring Vision, Houghton Mifflin, 2007 ISBN 9780618333332    Amazon listing    Barnes & Noble listing

(AP Economics) Principles of Economics, Cengage, 2021, ISBN 9780357541593
Cengage listing

(AP Government) American Government: Stories of a Nation, BFW Publishers, 2019, ISBN 9781319344986
Amazon listing

World Language

(Spanish 1) Avancemos 1, Holt McDougal, 2010 ISBN 9780554025315 Amazon listing  Barnes & Noble listing