Bookstore

Bookstore

Used Book Collection and Buyback Program
May 24, 2018

MUHS will be using K12 Student Direct as its bookstore vendor for the 2018-2019 school year. This change in vendors also means a change in our used book collection on May 24 and Mothers Guild Used Book sale on July 25.

Families have two options for book buyback:

Mothers Guild Used Textbook Collection

Thursday, May 24
8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Wrestling Room

Types of Resources Being Collected:

Types of Resources Not Being Collected:

  • Workbooks.
  • Books missing pages, loose pages, torn bindings or in such book condition that they cannot be used for class.

Your Responsibility:

1) Complete the student textbook inventory form (also linked below)
2) Each textbook must include an envelope labeled as follows:
Last Name, First Name
Student ID Number
Book Title
ISBN

Mothers Guild Used Book Collection Flyer
Mothers Guild Used Book Sale - Student Textbook Inventory Sheet
Mothers Used Book Sale - 2018 Book Collection List

K12 Student Direct Buyback Program

Thursday, May 24
11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Doerr Library

Types of Resources Being Collected:

  • All textbooks being used in the 2018-2019 school year.

Types of Resources Not Being Collected:

  • Workbooks
  • Paperback novels read for English Class
  • Paperback books that are not considered a textbook

Your Responsibility:

1) Prior to May 24, go to the K12 Student Direct website (www.k12SD.com) and click on “Sign Up” to set up an account.We ask that you use the following pieces of information when creating your account:
- MUHS email
- MUHS username
- MUHS graduation year

2) After creating your account, click on the “sell back items” link to begin entering your textbook ISBN numbers.

3) Submit your list and print your completed book buy-back confirmation page. Bring it and the books listed on the confirmation page to the library.

4) The library will send books back and your K12 Student Direct account will be credited the money earned through the sale of your used textbooks. Only graduating seniors have the option of receiving a cash payment for their books.

K12 Student Direct Book Buyback Program Flyer

2018-2019 Academic Booklist:

Information regarding the 2018-2019 Academic Booklist and options for purchasing books will be available in mid-July when the class schedules are mailed to students


Mothers Guild Used Book Sale
July 25, 2018
9 a.m. - Noon

As a service to MUHS, the Mothers Guild collects and organizes used books in the spring and sells them for the next year. This is a great help to parents and keeps down the cost of education because the prices of books are sold are discounted and all the proceeds go directly to the families who sell the books.

Mothers Guild Used Book Sale Flyer