Policies & Procedures


    • Students will visit the library as a class for 30 minutes on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.
    • Students are expected to bring their library books and badges with them every time their class visits the library.
    • Students may visit the library independently, but they must have a teacher's permission.
    • PK - 1st grade students may check out 1 book and 2nd - 6th grade students may check out 2 books.
    • Students may place “holds” on books that are checked out to other patrons. When the book is returned, it will be set aside, and the student will be notified that the book is available for check out. The book will be held for the student to check out for two weeks before being returned to circulation. 
    • Books are considered overdue after two weeks from the day they were checked out. No fines will be assessed, but please bring the book in to either renew or check in so that others may enjoy the book too.
    • Students with overdue materials may not check out another book until the overdue library items have been returned or the fine for the lost book has been paid.
    • If a book is missing, students are encouraged to look carefully at home and school. If the student has done a thorough search and still cannot find the book, a lost book fine will be assessed.
    • If a book is damaged, the student should bring the book to the library and speak with the librarian to see if a damaged book fine will be assessed.
    • Lost and damaged books may be paid for by credit card online via RevTrak or with cash. All money collected for lost books is used to purchase new books.
    • Any student with financial constraints should see the librarian about other means of paying off the debt. If a lost book is found, the student may be reimbursed for the book if it is returned by the end of the school year.




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