Library - Ms. Qualls

C.E. King High School 9th Grade Center is partnering with the Harris County Public Library to share their extensive collection of e-books, audio books, and digital audio and video streaming content.  


You can access this content from school or at home without ever needing to physically go to Harris County Public Library.  All you need is a Library Card, which you can get right NOW by completing this free, simple, 5-minute, online registration: Free Registration Here


To read e-books or listen to audiobooks on your phone or device you will need an app called Libby.  It is only 1.5 MB and works very easily.  Once you download the app, just enter your library card number, then choose your e-book or audiobook and it will open immediately on your phone or device: Download Libby App Here

Electronic databases are collections of magazine, newspaper, internet, and journal articles in electronic format.    You can use these articles for your research purposes; all the articles have citations and can be saved directly to your google drive. 


There are 13 different databases here including general database collections, specific collections such as Literature, Science, Health, and Environmental Science, practice guides for college exams and prep, and even the Chilton manuals for automotive repairs.


Use this information to log in at home: 


Username:                                                     learn

Password:                                                      learn


Click here to access the databases:


Students are allowed to check out two books for two weeks. Books may be renewed for an additional 2 weeks. Bring the book to the library to renew the book. If another student has requested a hold on the book, the book cannot be renewed. Students may not check out additional books if they have an overdue book.

Students are expected to pay the replacement cost for lost or damaged books.


During open library hours, students may come to the library with a pass from a teacher. Students must sign in with the librarian and present their passes. If the librarian is not available, they must return to class. After completing library tasks, students sign out and return to class.



Students MAY NOT eat in the Panther Library at any time. Students and adults may enjoy their drinks in the library, but please make sure you have a lid or cap to prevents splashes and spills.



Printing is available for school projects only. The librarian must approve each request.

Internet access in the library is for research purposes only. The rules outlined in Sheldon’s Acceptable Use Policy apply in the library. Any student who violates any provision of the Acceptable Use Policy may lose all network privileges.


Hello Panther Family,

My name is Ms. Lorin Qualls, and I am the certified librarian /media specialist for the newly created C.E. King High School 9th grade center. I am the proud mom of beautiful twin girls, Zariah, and Nandi whom I love dearly.  This is my 6th year in education and my second year as a school librarian. I started my teaching career as a health science teacher.  I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Respiratory Care from the University of Texas Medical Branch. I advanced my academic career by obtaining two master’s degree in Clinical Practice Management and Library Science from Texas Tech University Health Science Center and Sam Houston State University respectively. What I love about being a librarian is sharing my love of all genres of books to everyone that I meet. I believe that you must be the change you want to see, and we should all lead by example. I look forward to serving all populations with their literacy needs.

Ms. Lorin Qualls MLS- Librarian/Media Specialist

Library: Room 103


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