News & Announcements
The Teen Library Advisory Committee is meeting this Monday, November 21st during lunch and activity. 7th and 8th grade TLAC members should be ready to discuss their ideas for our library!
Battle of the Books is reading The War That Saved My Life by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley this week. Next week we will be reading A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness and The Land by Mildred D. Taylor. Use the Thanksgiving Weekend as a chance to catch up on your reading.If you can't get a copy of any of these books, you can read any of the books on the list - we have plenty of copies in the library. The full list with dates can be found here. Battle of the Books meets every Friday before school. Everyone welcome
...National Novel Writing Month, a new school quarter, a Presidential election, and Thanksgiving.
Our Library Mission:
To empower students to become lifelong learners, critical thinkers, and effective navigators of information and technology. This is supported by:
The library is open Monday - Friday during school hours. Students are welcome to come check out books, use our computers, or create and collaborate when the library is open. Students can come to the library any time during the day with a signed pass from a staff member.
Students may check out up to 10 items at a time. Check out is for 3 weeks, but students may renew items unless there is a hold. Students can also request a hold for a book with the library staff. Although there are no overdue fees, students will be restricted to check out more materials if they have overdue items. Students are asked to see their librarian about lost / damaged books. Refunds are not honored after the school year is over, or if the book has already been replaced.
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