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Summer reading log

Learning today means more than memorizing facts. It means learning to learn for a lifetime.

Savvy parents and educators know that the school library is key to teaching students not just to read but to practice the skills they need to seek, evaluate and use information throughout their lives. In fact, research shows those students from schools with professionally staffed, fully equipped libraries score higher on achievement tests.

ACCESS: The library is open from 7:15am-3:00pm each day. If you are not with a teacher, you must have a pass and sign in.

CIRCULATION: Students may check out up to three items. Items may be held up to 3 weeks, except for magazines. Magazines may be held for 1 week. After the due date, students may have a five day grace period before accruing a fine. Fines are $.05 per day, and are retroactive to the due date.

RENEWING: Students must bring their library materials to the library to be renewed. No library materials can be renewed without being seen by a member of the library team.