INTEGRATED LIBRARY AND TEXTBOOK SUPPORT SERVICES
MANAGING DISTRICT RESOURCES
The District has implemented an Integrated Library and Textbook System in all schools named Destiny Manager. Part of the process is to inventory and barcode all textbooks; therefore, all surplus textbooks must be transferred to the District Warehouse. Surplus core textbooks are defined as number of textbooks in excess of 10% over the number of projected enrollment.
DESTINY TEXTBOOK MANAGER TRAINING
Training sessions for Destiny Textbook Manager are held as needed unless otherwise noted on the registration form. All sessions begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 12:00 p.m. They are held at the District's headquarters building on Beaudry.
Training topics include: Destiny navigation, textbook collection management, textbook circulation procedures (including fines and lost books), data reports, and District textbook policy information. If your school has not yet been scheduled for Destiny implementation, your staff is still welcome to attend the training. Please be advised that there may be an extensive waiting period between these training sessions and implementation.
Questions regarding Textbook Manager Training may be emailed to: Oscar Gonzalez
- TEXTBOOK FORMS & QUICK LINKS
Gryphon Scanner Configuration Sheets
Accessing Textbook Roadshow Documents, for details click HERE
Request to Add a Title to Destiny Textbook Manager HERE
Request Textbook/Novel Barcodes HERE
To have obsolete, surplus, and or damaged textbooks picked up and taken to the LAUSD Warehouse, submit your request HERE and select the category "Library and Textbook Pickup"
- SUMMER SCHOOL TEXTBOOK MANAGER ACCESS
SUMMER SCHOOL TEXTBOOK MANAGER ACCESS
If you have been trained to use textbook manager, currently have full access at your regular school assignment and will be working there for summer school, then you DO NOT need to request summer school access.
If you have textbook full access at your current site but will be working at a different site for summer school, click YES. If you do not have textbook full access at your site, click NO, watch the video, then click below to take the quiz.
I have full access at my site I do not have full access at my site
After watching the video, click HERE to take the quiz.
- TEXTBOOK PUBLICATIONS
BUL-054698 - Removal of Obsolete, Surplus, and/or Damaged Textbooks, Library Books, and Instructional Materials
BUL-5509.3 - Restitution procedures for the loss or damage of school property
BUL-6111.2 - Instructional Materials Policies and School Site Procedures
BUL-6189.2 - Instructional Materials Inventory Control Requirements in All School
BUL-6210.1 - Targeting the purchase of textbooks for grades K-12
MEM-043378.0 - Selection of Textbooks for High School Mathematics Elective Courses and High School History/Social Science Courses
MEM-6485 - Selection of Mathematics Textbooks for Grades TK - 5
MEM-6772 - Selection of Textbooks for Core Integrated ELA/ELD, Core Composition, Advanced Placement, and Selected ELA Electives
LAUSD REFERENCE GUIDES
REF-054697 - Transfer of Obsolete High School History/Social Science and High School Mathematics Electives Textbooks and Related Materials to District Warehouse
REF-6312.4 - Certification of Instructional Materials Sufficiency, Elementary Schools
REF-6313.4 - Certification of Instructional Materials Sufficiency, Secondary Schools
REF-6707.1 - Transfer of Obsolete English Language Arts (Elementary and Secondary) and English Language Development Textbooks and Related Materials to District Warehouse
- WILLIAMS SUFFICIENCY
REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL SCHOOLS
The District's policy requires that each student, including English Learners and those in special day classes, have a State/District-adopted, standards-based textbook/application for use in the defined subjects of reading-language arts, history-social science, mathematics, science, health (Grades 6-7, 9) and foreign language (Grades 9-12). Students must be assigned a single textbook/application in each subject that they can use both at home and in class. District policy does not allow the use of State textbook funding for the purchase of class sets in addition to the books issued directly to students.
In additions, each school must provide the required information for the sufficiency of laboratory science equipment as application coursed offered in grades 9 to 12, inclusive
In order to document compliance with California education code section 60119, an annual certification of student textbook sufficiency is required of all teachers, principals, and Local District (LD) Instructional Superintendents.
ADOPTED AND APPROVED INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
WILLIAMS SUFFICIENCY RESOURCES
PRINCIPAL PORTAL RESOURCES
TEACHER PORTAL RESOURCES
- DESTINY TEXTBOOK MANAGER TUTORIALS
Textbook Limited Access - To obtain Destiny Textbook Manager limited access, view this tutorial and then proceed to take the quiz below.
Take the Textbook Limited Access Quiz HERE