• Lib

    Fellow Students and Parents:

    Hello, my name is  Mrs. Rocio Lopez and I am your new Librarian at John Muir Fundamental School. I will do my best to make everyone feel welcome, as well as making the students’ safety one of my top priorities. 


    Muir’s Library is open during regular school hours.

    Students have the option to come in from 7:30 am  to 7:50 am from Monday to Friday to take AR tests, return/check out books, or just come to a quiet environment to read their books. You may also come in to browse around and see if we have any new books that are of your interest. The Library will be closed at 1:45 pm. Any changes to the Library hours will be notified ahead of schedules.


    I am looking forward to working with each and every one of you to make your Library visits a fun learning experience.


    I can be reach by calling the office at 714-972-6700 or emailing me at rocio.lopez@sausd.us

    (books for all ages, please check with your parents before listening)

     AR Links

  • Britannica

    Britannica databases can be accessed without passwords on any district network. To access off network, see the Database Login Guide (must use sausdlearns Google account to access this document).

     Click the icon below to access the database:

     Britannica School

    Thousands of up-to-date, curated, and curriculum-relevant articles, images, videos, audio clips, primary sources, maps, research tools, recommended Web sites, and three separate databases

     Britannica Escolar

    Spanish-Language resource for nativespeakers, bilingual students, and students learning spanish

     Britannica Image Quest

    Millions of rights-cleared images from one trusted site

     Britannica Original Sources

    Hundreds of thousands of primary source documents in history, literature, science, law, politics, religion, and more

    Proquest Culture Grams https://www.sausd.us/cms/Workspace/Section/Section.aspx?DomainId=2837


    Concise cultural information on countries around the world.

    (Grades 3-12)



    Selected content for novice researchers, especially elementary and middle school students and educators.

    (Grades 3-9)

    Proquest SIRS Issues Researcher https://www.sausd.us/cms/Workspace/Section/Section.aspx?DomainId=2837https://www.sausd.us/cms/Workspace/Section/Section.aspx?DomainId=2837


    Curriculum-aligned database of content organized by complex issues, ideally for middle and high school students and educators.

    (Grades 6+ )

Last Modified on February 7, 2022