Welcome to the Hazen Library! 

LIBRARY HOURS
School Days
Monday - Thursday       7:00 - 3:00
Fridays            8:30 - 2:30


 The library is open every afternoon, Monday-Thursday for H.E.L.P.  Students are welcome to work on homework.  There are teachers available for students who need extra help. 
 

 

Access to ALL the KCLS online content
ALL students now have access to ALL the KCLS digital resources
Ebooks, audiobooks, video, magazines, newspapers, research, test prep, language lessons, and much more
Student user names are 403 followed by student number. Pin is the last 4 digits of student number. 
See the librarian for more information or assistance.
 
 
Hazen High School Library Resources
 
 
Library Catalog -- Click on Hazen High School, then the CATALOG tab to see our collection of books & eBooks
World Book Online -- online encyclopedia, websites, images, video, magazine & newspaper articles
Culturegrams -- cultural, geographic and historical information about countries and states
Discovery Streaming -- educational videos on a variety of topics
eLibrary -- a library in your computer!  magazine & newspaper articles, reference books, videos, audio, photos
History Study Center -- primary and secondary sources for historical research
 ProQuest -- magazine and newspaper articles from around the world
Literature -- author interviews, literary criticism, information about great literature
SIRS Discoverer -- research a variety of topics, articles from magazines, newspapers and books (easier reading)
SIRS Researcher -- research popular issues -- pro and con articles
Tumblebooks -- subscription service with online books to read (eBooks) and audiobooks
 
All of the above services are accessible from any internet connected device. 
 
Some of the services above require user names and passwords.
See the librarian for that information.
 
 For more good books and online resources, check out the King County Library website at http://www.kcls.org/students
Online resources are available to ALL students (see above). To check out print books, you will need a KCLS library card. 
 
 
 
Read a really good book lately?  Want to recommend it to your friends?  Stop by the library or use the form in the DOCUMENTS section to write about the book.