Lupin Hill Elementary School Library Media Center
A hub is defined as a center of activity and certainly describes the Lupin Hill Media Center. Located in the center of campus, the LH Media Center is truly the hub from which all things flow. Besides offering over 15,000 library books, this is also the origin of textbooks, ACERs, and resource material. Computers are available for students to access our Follett Catalog of Books, Scholastic Reading Counts! and Book Expert Online, which allows students and their families to search for books by title, author, grade level, Lexile measure, genre, and topic that are supported by Reading Counts!
Lupin Hill is so fortunate to have a successful birthday book program in place. Each month, any student with a birthday during that time will receive a birthday letter offering them the opportunity to donate a book to our library in honor of their birthday. Books for purchase are available in the library or one can be purchased from outside. A book plate is placed in the book and your child's name is published in our monthly Tiger Tales. In addition, their picture is placed on our Birthday Book wall in the library. Your child's classroom will get to enjoy the book before it is placed in the library's collection. This is a wonderful way to keep our school library updated with fresh, new books for all to enjoy.
How many books can a student check out?
- Students in Grades K and 1 may borrow one book at a time.
- Students in Grades 2 through 5 may borrow two books at a time.
- Parents/Guardians may borrow up to five books from the library. Please visit the library to set up an account.
When are books due?
- Books are checked out for one week at a time for Grades K through 5. Books may be renewed, but they must be brought into the Library for renewal.
What happens if my book is overdue?
- Please note that students are NOT charged a daily overdue fine. Students will be reminded to return overdue books and may not be allowed to check out a new book until the overdue item is returned.
- After 30 days, books will be considered lost and students will be assessed a fine for the item.
What happens if my book is lost/damaged?
- A book is considered lost once 30 days have passed since the original due date. Students with lost or damaged books are unable to check out any library materials.
- Lost/damaged books must be paid for in order to clear student records and reinstate library privileges.
- Payments can be made via the LVUSD site, and a copy of the receipt must be brought to the library.
- Alternatively, exact cash can be brought to the library.
Does the Media Center | Library accept book donations?
- Yes! New or gently used books may be donated. They will be added to the library collection or provided to an individual classroom.