October is a Spooktacular Month in the Library
Uncover the perfect spooky book for this Halloween season. From spooky and creepy to not-so-spooky and creepy ... we have a book for you! Stop by the library to browse the available books during this spookactular month!
Banned Books Week
September 26 - October 2, 2021
Banned Books Week is celebrated nationally generally during the last week of September. It's a celebration of the freedom to read. It draws attention to censored and challenged books in libraries and schools.
Censorship is the suppression of speech, public communication, or other information. Some examples of reasons books have been censored or challenged include promoting withcraft (Harry Potter series), profanity and derogatory language being used and disrespect, horror and violence.
To learn more about it, visit Banned Books Week.
9/11 Library Display
Honoring our first responders, service men and women,
and those that lost their lives on 9/11.
2021/22 Library Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
The library staff is happy to help you with the following issues:
- Infinite Campus login (student accounts only)
- Google login
- Chromebook Concerns
- Textbooks needs
Call (951) 302-5151 Ext. 34018
Library Mission Statement
The TMS Library provides you with the materials, technology, environment, and assistance needed to be successful in middle school. The library houses 38 networked student computers that offer Microsoft Office software, Internet access, and Google Apps for academic purposes. The library is a place to read, study, conduct research, and to collaborate with other students. You will also find academic support from staff who are eager to assist you in locating resources and accessing information both in print and electronically.
New to TMS .... Sora! You can now check out available eBooks and audiobooks through Sora (click the icon above) by using your school login credentials (ID number and password). The Sora app is limited to K-12 (young adult) content. Click on the 3 lines in the upper right hand corner and click on "Add a public library." Select Riverside County Library System to have access to their available material. You can check out items with your school Google login credentials and no public library card is needed (this only pertains to Riverside County Library System). If you add other public libraries, however, you must have a library card to check out the material. The site is very user friendly. Watch the tutorial below for further information.
Be sure to try it out. Happy Reading!
Looking for something to read? Mackin is now offering free use of their eBooks during the Pandemic. Click on the MackinVIA logo above to be directed to the login screen and use the login credentials below: