On Wednesday officials with San Elizario ISD announced that San Elizario High School’s (SEHS) library is officially open to the community.
“The availability of libraries to San Elizario citizens is scarce, therefore, our library is a true treasure,” said Belinda Muñoz, SEHS librarian.
“The library provides a variety of reading materials for community members, such as an assortment of fiction and nonfiction books, which range from early childhood to adult.”
San Elizario residents can check-out up to six books, use the computers, and print documents for a fee of 25 cents per page.
In order to check-out books, visitors will need to present their ID with a current San Elizario address and a utility bill with a current San Elizario address as well.
For the use of computers and printers, visitors will need to fill-out and sign an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) form.
Georgina Diaz, Instructional Officer for San Elizario ISD, says that the SEHS community library is an integral component of the city of San Elizario.
“I encourage members of the San Eli community to take advantage of our community library. Literacy improves the future of everyone in society, and it is critical to individual and community well-being,” Diaz said.
The SEHS community library is located at 13981 Socorro Road and is open from 8am to 5pm, Monday thru Friday.