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Exciting News! Your community has a new youth public library kiosk installed inside Hilda Lahti School.

Who can use the kiosk?

  • If your child has a public library card through ROCC, Astoria, Warrenton, or Seaside Public Libraries, they can check out books from the kiosk.
  • If they don't have a public library card please fill out the application sent home with your child and send it back to school. You may also pick up a form at the kiosk, or school office and return it to the school office once completed.
  • This service is available to all Clatsop County Youth ages 0-19 and they do not need to be a student at Hilda Lahti School to use it.

When can I use the kiosk?

The kiosk will be available for use when the school building is open and will continue to be available in the summer when the school library is open for the 2023-2024 Summer Reading Program. Stay tuned for days and times.

*This project was made possible thanks to LSTA (Library Services, Technology Act) Grant and a partnership between Libraries Reading Outreach Clatsop County (ROCC), Astoria Public Library, Seaside Public Library, Warrenton Community Library, and Knappa School District.


What is OSLIS?

The Oregon School Library Information System is a K-12 website providing access to quality licensed databases within an information literacy framework. Currently OSLIS is a partnership between the Oregon Association of School Libraries (OASL) and the Oregon State Library (OSL).


OSLIS Features and Benefits

  • OSLIS is an environment designed by educators to guide students through Internet-based research.
  • The OSLIS Learn to Research model supports information literacy skills development.
  • The OSLIS Citation Maker offers instruction and templates for accurately and responsibly citing resources.
  • The OSLIS Find Information section provides access to a variety of reliable information resources (such as magazines, newspapers, journals, encyclopedias, e-books, test prep and multimedia content) in one location.
  • Thousands of age-appropriate articles with Lexile reading levels are available through subscription databases.
  • Remote access allows students to do research anytime, anywhere.
  • Equitable access to subscription resources is provided at no cost to Oregon's K-12 community of public and private schools and homeschoolers.
The OSLIS project is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the Oregon State Library in association with the Oregon Association of School Libraries, a division of the Oregon Library Association. Please click on folloring link to be directed to OSLIS
To access Knappa School Distict library card catalogs, please click on the following link Knappa School Card Catalog.   Once there choose the library you would like to search and you will be automatically directed to that catalog.
link to Oregon School Library Information System
link to Knappa library card catalog