Need some homework help? Maybe your computer crashed and you can’t get on the Internet?
No problem, the community library at Nogales High School has got you covered. The glistening new library on the Rowland Unified campus is ready to serve residents.
As part of the $8 million high school renovation, the old library had been stripped down to the brick walls. Contractors rebuilt it with the latest technology.
At 3 p.m., the high school library becomes a remarkable resource for the entire community. Public hours are from 3 to 7 p.m weekdays.
The community library serves La Puente, West Covina, Rowland Heights, Walnut and Industry. It has been open for the past 9 years.
Anyone can get a library card. Adults should bring a photo ID with their current address, plus another proof of residence such as a utility bill or cable bill. Children sponsored by their parent or guardian don’t need an ID to get a library card.