• South Oak Cliff Library Media Center 

    Librarian, Toni Crawford 

    Welcome to South Oak Cliff High School Library Media Center.
    We are looking forward to working with you this school year. Here
     are a few things we would like to tell you about your media center.

    The LMC will be opened every school day from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    We are open during all lunch periods unless testing or other prearranged activities are scheduled.
    Please sign in electronically on the computer across from the front desk and show your school I.D. Badge. Temporary Badges will not be accepted.
  •  Hispanic Heritage Drawing Contest!

    Congratulations, to our very own, Jose Inez Hernandez!  This 11th grade scholar won 1st Place in the Dallas Public Libary's annual Hispanic Heritage Drawing Contest!  Jose created a masterpiece in his drawing that reflected this year's theme: Folktales and Myths of the Hispanic World.   

    Jose's entry has the possibility of being selected and submitted to the international competition of the Program for the Mexican Communities Abroad.  Jose was inspired and encouraged by Ms. LaSonia Evans, former teacher, and Ms. Chaney, librarian to submit his drawing and he won!

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  • Lunch Pass Raffle Winners

    Emilio Ramos-Consistent Attendance for 4th Six weeks
    Dominique Minor- Most Checked out books for 4th Six weeks
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  •  Library Usage

    For the Fifth 6 Weeks 

    • South Oak Cliff Students checked out/renewed 972 books
    • 59 books were used In-House for classes
    • 79 books were loaned to other schools
    • 421 students come to the library, before school, during lunch, and after school
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  • Big D Reads 2015 Selection 

    True Grit


      South Oak Cliff High School Library participated for the third straight year in the “Big D Reads” with the cooperation and support of  Ms. Goree, home principal, Mr. Joseph, our principal, ninth grade students, faculty, staff and security.

    Big Read is sponsored by D Magazine, members of the D Academy, the National Endowment for the Arts, along with educators, supporters and leaders from all over the city of Dallas.  All ninth grade students attended the assembly on April 8, 2015 in the South Oak Cliff High School Auditorium.  Two of our faculty members styled their western attire showing the attire that was worn during the making of “True Grit”, Mr. Ingram and Ms. Linson.  The students saw a video presentation of readers of
    “True Grit and received an individual copy of the novel, True Grit”, selected for the Big D Reads of 2015.”

    The DISD is thinking of building a curriculum around True Grit for the English classes.
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