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CMS Library

Welcome to the CMS Library, home of the KCMS Morning Show! Our library is a happy, busy space that strives to provide students with the appropriate tools and skills to create, consume and publish information. Visit our catalog to check out our collection! You can log in to create book lists, place holds and do research.
Is there a title or service you would like to see added to our collection? Email Ms. Agan @ melissa.agan@wvsd.org.
3-D Printing
The CMS Library MakerSpace has a 3-D Printer! While supplies last, we will be taking orders for 3-D print jobs submitted by students and staff. (A limit of one print per person.) You can create a free account at www.tinkercad.com to create your own 3-D object. Submit print requests @ CMS Makerspace 3-D Print Requests. (We reserve the right to refuse requests that cannot be printed due to size. materials, etc.)
Digital Downloads 
Did you know that you can download magazines, music, movies, ebooks and audiobooks for free from the Spokane County Library? Stop by to get a library card and learn more. The CMS library also has a great selection of digital audiobooks. Open an account at One Click Digital to start listening today! You must create your new account from a computer at a West Valley school. Once your account is created, download the app and you may use it from any digital device. 
Try out an online editor!

WeVideo: Go to WeVideo to join our 90 day trial. WeVideo allows you to edit, store and create videos.  

Loopster: Go to Loopster to sign up for a free account with your Google login. 

Animoto: Go to Animoto to sign up for a free trial account. Use your school google email address. 

Tinkercad: Go to Tinkercad.com and create a free account. Use to create 2-d and 3-d images that can be printed on our 3-D printer! Visit this playlist for videos of Tinkercad projects you can design. 3-D Design Playlist

Washington State Library Grant
Our library was a recipient of the 2016 Refreshing School Libraries Grant. We were able to spend $1000 to add new nonfiction titles to our collection. Stop by the library to check out a book today!