Park Hill High School Library Media Center

The Park Hill Library Media Center promotes lifelong reading, learning and information literacy, integrating technology into a flexible and collaborative environment to meet the school curriculum, as well as the individual learning needs and pleasure reading interests of PHHS students and teachers.

Study More And Read Today


Library Staff

Dr. Dana Kepler – Library Media Specialist

Ms. Marlene Reuter – Library Media Assistant

Library Hours - 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.


Destiny Online Catalog Access

Destiny is the cataloging and resource system used in the library. To access, type “phdestiny” into the address bar on your school computer, or go to the library website.

(Choose Park Hill High School; enter your PH username and password)

Dr. Kepler provides orientation to students on using the system in collaboration with the classroom teacher. Library staff members are also available to assist students in finding suitable book selections and resources anytime during the school day.

Student Passes

Students visiting the LMC must have their school ID and a pass from their teacher. Students should present their pass at the front circulation desk when entering the library and sign in. When ready to return to class, don’t forget to sign out at the front desk. Signing in verifies the student’s library visit should an attendance question arise, or the student needs to be located for some reason.  

Library Book Check Out

Books may be checked out for two weeks, with the option to renew for an additional two weeks. Late fees will assessed at the rate of $.10 per day up to a $5.00 maximum overdue fine. Students will receive overdue book reminders and fine notices in their assigned homeroom class.

Textbook Check Out

Textbooks are checked out through the library circulation system.  IMPORTANT:  All textbooks must be returned to the library at the end of the course or students will be charged for the cost of the textbook. 

Student Expectations

The library is a place where students may go for quiet study, computer work, collaboration, or to conduct research. Maintaining a welcoming, supportive, purposeful and productive academic environment is our goal.  All district and school policies are enforced, including behavior expectations and the computer user agreement signed by all students. No food or drink is permitted in the library.


A print station is located outside the media center for students utilizing their computers to print course related documents.

Teacher Information

Areas available for teacher reservation:

Email or stop by Dr. Kepler’s office to reserve library space and/or schedule lessons.  Some of the collaborative lessons include information literacy, research skills, literature circles and curriculum specific book studies. 


Collaboration Center

includes seating  for 16 at whiteboard tables, and a white board for guided instruction if needed.

Right Alcove

Seating for 30  at tables and 8 study stations.

Back Tables

multipurpose area seating for 30+ for use with laptops, testing, book work, presentations, research,


casual seating for 12 for silent reading and/or collaboration

Large Group Room

tables and chairs for 30 with screen, projector, whiteboard