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What's Inside the CCHS Library?

 

  • Over 2,500 books.
  • A searchable online catalog.
  • Using Enterprise Real Time's Accelerated Reader program, we now have thousands of quizzes to choose from.
  • Magazines subscriptons.
  • Library orientations available to classes and individuals upon request.

Cache Creek High School Library

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Why Read?

 

  • Reading is a pleasurable way to earn elective points.
  • Reading builds vocabulary and improves comprehension skills.
  • Reading expands horizons and allows teens to learn more about people and the world.
  • Reading allows teens to see that everyone has problems in his or her life and may even help teens find a solution to their problems.
  • Reading provides and escape from the day-to-day.  It reduces stress, anxiety, depression and social isolation.
  • Reading stimulates the right side of the brain.  It stretches a teen's imagination and opens their minds to new possibilities.
  • Teens who read are better writers.

Need more reasons to read? 

Just check out the quotations on this web page to see why CCHS students enjoy reading.

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