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LibraryLisa Blizel
Library Media Tech.
Email Address: 
Warm Springs School Library, Fremont, CA
Phone/voicemail (510)656-1611 x45115

Due to district-wide school closures and Covid-19 concerns the Warm Springs library will be closed until we can safely reopen. Access code to the Warm Springs library google classroom can be obtained from your teacher.  E-books and other library content are available to students.

Summer Reading for the 2020 was cancelled. Warm Springs has a record 2,793,070 minutes read in Summer 2018, and is listed in the Scholastic World Records Book 2020, 2019, 2016, 2015 as the #1 school in California!


Search our collection online Search for books using our district web search. Click on the link for the web page, then choose our school to search for books in our library. Check outs have been postponed for the 20-21 school year until it can be done safely.

Alameda County Library System  Connects to the Alameda County LibraryWeb page. E-books and audiobooks  are available online. Fremont Main library has books that can be reserved for curb-side pick up.


ALL students may check out 3 books every week. Books are checked out for a 1 week loan period. Ask your child what day their class visits the library, and remind them to return their books on time. Books are due the day before their library day. Renews may be kept until library day. Check outs have been postponed.

Please help your child to remember when books are due, otherwise they will not be able to check out more books until the books are returned. Bills are processed for any books out for more than a month. Prices are set by the district.

Scholastic Book Fair  - Next fair will be in April 2021 . Volunteers Welcome!

We are always in need of volunteers to help shelve the hundreds of books that are returned each week.  Last year 75,363 books were checked out and then had to be shelved. Additional help is needed repairing books and covering paperbacks. Book fairs are a great time to help the library for a short term basis. Volunteers are encouraged to just drop in and say "how can I help?"