- Students have open access to the library during brunch, lunch, and after school, during the hours of the Student Center for Success.
- NO FOOD or DRINKS, except water, are allowed in the Library. This applies to Library hours during the school day and during Student Center for Success. Please enjoy your food & drinks on the Terrace, Mezzanine, or in the Cafeteria before entering the Library or you will be asked to leave.
- Talking on cell phones is NOT allowed in the library. Students may use smart phones for school related work only. If use of a device is disturbing other students or staff, students will be asked to use their device outside of the library.
- The library strives to maintain an academic atmosphere. Students are to sit 6 to a table. Keep voices low.
Student Use of Materials:
- Students need their ID card to check out books and videos from the library. Students must check out materials with a library staff member before taking them from the building.
- Materials are checked out for a three-week period, but may be renewed for more time.
- Students will be charged the cost of replacing any lost or damaged materials.
- Reference materials must be used in the library and are not available for check out.
- Students may check out up to 5 books at any one time. Overdue or unreturned materials may cause a loss of check-out privileges.
Student Use of Computers:
- No games, forums, chats, or instant messaging is allowed on library computers.
- Students receive 100 free copies per year, as tracked by our Print Monitor system. The status can be viewed from an icon on the lower right toolbar. Students can add prints to their account by adding money in ASB.
- Note that there are no floppy disk drives in the new computers. Use email, School Loop, or a USB drive to send documents between home and school.
- Library staff monitor students computer use as much as possible, but students are ultimately bound to what they signed in the district’s Acceptable Use Policy.
Use of the Library During Tutorial:
- Use of the library during Tutorial is restricted to academic use of the Internet and computers, quiet study, or use of library resources. (See Library Capacity)
- Group meetings during Tutorial should occur in classrooms.
For Unscheduled Students (Students with Free Periods):
- Classes have priority in the library over students who have free periods. (See Library Capacity)
Susan Fratus, School Library Specialist
Lisa McLeod, Library Media Teacher
Geoff Wright, Assistant Principal