Students must show respect and consideration for
others and avoid disruption of their work.
The library is a study area, not a social area.
This means only occasional, quiet talking is allowed.
Students from study hall must have passes and sign
in at the circulation desk.
Students returning to study hall must have their
passes signed by a librarian and sign out at the circulation desk.
All students must return to study hall before the
end of the period.
Students must ask a librarian for passes for
lockers or lavatories.
Library materials and furniture must not be
damaged in any way.
Food and drinks are not allowed in the library.
Inappropriate behavior may result in a seating
change, loss of the privilege to use the library, or referral to an
The library is open from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
every school day, except the first Monday of each month, when it is open
7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. to allow the librarians to attend a faculty
meeting. Students may come to the library during study halls, lunch, and
All library materials must be checked out before
being taken from the library.
Fiction and non-fiction books are loaned for 3
weeks and may be renewed once.
Magazines and pamphlets are loaned for 1 week and
may be renewed once.
The newest issues of magazines may be read only in
Overdue notices are given to middle school
students during 9th period and high school students during 1st period
on G days; no fines are charged, but no additional materials may be
borrowed until the overdue item is returned.
Students are charged the full replacement cost for
lost or damaged library materials. No additional materials may be
borrowed until the payment is made.
Photocopies cost 10 cents per page.
There is no charge for computer print-outs. To
keep paper usage to a minimum, read the Think before you print" note
on the computer monitors.
The World Wide Web may be used to find information
for class assignments and for personal interest about topics that are
appropriate in school. For further guidelines, please see the school district's Computer Network for Education Regulations.
Personal e-mail, chat rooms, and electronic games
may NOT be used in the library.