8:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Students may come to the library before school to study, check out a book, or use the computers.
- Students may come to the library during the school day with a pass from a teacher.
- Students are scheduled to come to the library with their Reading classes and English classes.
- Three books may be checked out at a time. Books are checked out for a 3-week period (15 school days).
- Books may be rechecked once.
- A 5-cent fine per day will be charged for each overdue book.
- Another book may not be checked out until all overdue books have been returned and fines have been paid completely or brought down to 50 cents or less.
- Magazines cannot be checked out.
- Overdue/fine notices are handed out the first day of every week.
- Lost books, or books damaged beyond repair, must be paid for before another book can be checked out.
- Reimbursements are given (within a year to the date of payment) to students whose lost books have been returned, and a receipt has been presented.
- Students are ultimately responsible for the books they check out!
- Computer use in the library is for school related activities only. Students are not allowed to play computer games.
- An Acceptable Use Policy, signed by a parent or legal guardian, must be on file at the school before a student can use the Internet.
- Only items that are school related may be printed in the library.
- Students should not share his or her username and password with anyone.
- Students should be sure to log off whenever they are finished using a computer.
- Yearbooks from previous years are kept in Ms. Neal's office to protect and maintain them.
- Students may look at yearbooks before school, during study hall, or during school if they have a pass from their teacher which specifically states that they are have permission to spend class time looking at yearbooks.