Sparkman High School

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   Welcome to Sparkman’s library!


   Your librarian: Crys Hodgens

   Your tech specialist: Pamela Hooton


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   The library is open to students from 8AM until 3:45



A few things to know while you are visiting   

  1. All school rules are followed. 
  2. Make sure to have a pass from your teacher.  Only the official Sparkman pass is accepted for entrance to the library.  This is to protect you and the staff as well as your teacher. 
  3. Please keep up with due dates. Library fine is 5 cents a day for overdue items. 
  4. The library offers free printing on the Dell printer. Be sure to double-check to make sure you are on the free printer. We do have a pay printer as well, but we will always try to put students on the free printer. 
  5. The library offers color printing for 25 cents per page.
  6. Please see Ms. Hodgens or a library aide for assistance.


We are adding new materials daily. If there is something we do not have but you would like to see, please speak with Ms. Hodgens. She wants to make this the best space for you.

The FUN Corner

You will find puzzles (100 pieces or less), Legos, Jenga, Twister, Sorry, UNO, and more.

Ms. Hodgens is adding to it regularly, so check back and see what we have.


"Libraries store the energy that fuels the imagination. They open up windows to the world and inspire us to explore and achieve, and contribute to improving our quality of life. Libraries change lives for the better."

          - Sidney Sheldon



Are you looking for our card catalog? Click here to search the books we have in the library. You will also find helpful research links to aide in additional research. Sometimes Google is just not enough to help meet your academic needs.