Rules and Policies


Library Rules and Policies
 
Circulation Policy
  Books are checked out for three weeks to patrons.
  Materials can be renewed one time, as a rule.
  If a book is reserved by another patron it cannot be renewed.
  You are responsible for all materials checked out in your name.  Do not check books out for other students’ use.
Fines and Fees
  Damaged book fees start at $2.00.  Severely damaged books may result in replacement cost to the patron.
  If a book is lost, the student will be expected to pay the replacement cost of the book.
  If a book is found after paying a replacement fee, the fee will be partially refunded minus fines for overdue – fine will not exceed $3.00.
Overdue Notices
 Due dates are stamped inside the front cover with material’s due date.  Please check in materials on or before the stamped date to avoid fines.
"Notices of overdue materials will be sent to student's email  as a reminder of overdue materials."
Code of Conduct
 All school rules apply in the Library.
  Food and drink are not allowed in the library, as a rule.
 Students are to be actively engaged in the academic processes, such as: research, working on homework, studying, class work assignments, or reading.
  Computers are not to be used for gaming, music, or entertainment…follow the district’s technology policies.
  Talking, while not forbidden, must be done only when necessary and in a low voice.
 Respect the rights of other students who are testing, researching, studying, or reading by remaining quiet.
 
The mission of the Woodland High School Library Media Center is to teach students to locate, access, evaluate, and use information effectively from a variety of sources; to support the curriculum; and to encourage reading literacy and enjoyment.
 
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