Policies & Procedures
Media Center Policies
Material Checkout Policy
Students may check out 2 books for 2 weeks. I.D.'s are recommended for checkout, however not required. If students finish reading their books before 2 weeks, they may return them and check out 2 more.
The current replacement price will be charged for lost books.
We have magazines for student and teacher checkout. We use the honor system: you take it and return it the next day.
Visiting The Media Center
Students who visit the media center, during class, must have a tracker signed, from the teacher and a student I.D.
Students may use the Internet, in the Media Center, for educational purposes only. Students will be required to show their I.D. and tracker, when using the computers in the media center. If there are classes in the library, student computer use will need to be teacher assisted.
- Students need a tracker to come in during instructional time and may come from any class, anytime w/ permission, from their scheduled teacher.
- 6th grade students visit as a whole class, every two weeks, in rotation and teachers stay with their students while learning in the library.
- 7th & 8th grade students visit the library as a class, initially, each semester to check out books and then practice a flexible rotation based on individual literacy needs (get a new book when finish an old and class instructional projects).
- ALL grade levels, and subject levels may schedule library time for learning via email to Mrs. Colvin ( i.e. research, daily lessons, writing or simply a change in environment).
Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA)
As mandated by the federal law enacted by Congress address concerns about access to offensive content over the internet on school and library computers, the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) was passed. Our district is in compliance with CIPA by providing technology protection measures to ensure that our children are protected. Click on the link for more information on CIPA Compliance.