The library is a place of study and research, and students will be expected to respect others who are working. Talking should be kept to a minimum. Backpacks and food/drinks (except water) are not permitted. Students coming to the library during free classes are expected to be working quietly, and those creating a disturbance will be asked to leave.
1. GENERAL BOOK COLLECTION
Non-fiction and fiction books may be borrowed for a three-week period. Five items at a time may be borrowed by students who have paid their student fees, and they are responsible for lost or damaged material. An overdue charge of $.25 per week(5 cents per day) will be incurred per book. Students with overdues will have their library privileges are suspended.
2. RESERVE MATERIALS
These are selected by teachers to be used by students for special projects. Because demand is heavy, these are to be used within the library only.
3. PAMPHLETS AND VERTICLE FILES AND MAGAZINES
File folders or file boxes containing important clippings and pamphlets on various subjects may be borrowed.
Periodicals, journals, and magazines may be borrowed for a period of one week. Newspapers may only be signed out for a half day.
4. REFERENCE COLLECTION
Materials marked for reference use may not be signed out. This includes dictionaries, encyclopedias, atlases and various other materials which must be used in the library.
5. INTERNET AND COMPUTERS
There are seven computers available for student use in the library. They are to be used with a priority for school-related material. The Internet is available but use of chat rooms and games are not permitted. There is a printer available for school material.