• The BES Library

    Our library takes having access to books seriously. In these weird and uncertain times, we want you to know we are doing our best to keep the best resources at your fingertips.

    Please check out these options for you to access reading material virtually. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please contact Mrs. Collins at 512-594-5221.

     Check out our online library SORA

    Research and Online Resources

    PfISD and Brookhollow Elementary School have a wide variety of online resources for students and their families. Most are listed in Clever (the butterfly icon) and on the BES Library Home page.  Students can access Clever through https://www.pfisd.net/pflugervilleisd . Click on the student tab, then click on clever. Log in using the student's S# and their school password.

    Library Catalog

    Students and parents may access the BES library catalog from any Internet connection.
    Users may search the online catalog, create lists of books they would like to read, make holds, and keep track of books read from the Destiny Quest catalog. Each student must log into the library catalog with their student identity number and their complex computer password.

    Access to the catalog is also helpful when students wonder what items they have out or when the items are due.

    Check out this video to see how to place holds on your child's account. You may use the student's sNumber and pfisd password. If you or student do not know this information you can contact your child's teacher. 

    Accelerated Reader
    Brookhollow Elementary participates in the Accelerated Reader program. This program is offered through Renaissance Learning and is accessible from BES computers during school hours Monday – Friday. This program is for students in second through fifth grade and is designed to provide incentives and motivation to read and increase their reading abilities. Students have access to thousands of AR quizzes and may test on books from the BES library, public libraries, and home libraries.