The library is open Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to
4:00 p.m. and from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Friday. Students
are expected to keep all conversations quiet so that others who
are studying will not be disturbed.
Those who break the rules will be asked to leave.
Students may check out only three books at a time on one subject
and for a period of one to fourteen days. Some books are placed
on the reserve shelves in the library and are for overnight use
only. Magazines are not usually available for overnight usage
and are allowed out only at the discretion of the librarian.
Reference books may be checked out at the discretion of the
No food or drinks are allowed in the Library at any time.
Electronic devices, especially cell phones are not allowed at
any time in the library, before, during, or after school.
Parents may not excuse students to the library during regularly
scheduled school hours.
Fines are charged for books returned late, according to the
a) Five cents per day for most books. If books are returned
before the end of the break on the day following the due date,
no fine is charged.
b) Fifty cents per day for overnight books. These books are due
before school begins. After that time, the fine will be charged.
c) Lost books must be paid for at the replacement cost of the
d) Students in debt to the library may not be allowed to check
out additional books until the outstanding fines are paid.
e) Distribution of yearbooks will be withheld from students with
outstanding fines at the end of the year.
f) No food or drinks are allowed in the Library at any time.
The library also offers computers and a laser printer. The
computers are available to students for word processing of
reports. Internet access is available to all students for
educational research only. Games, "chat rooms", and
inappropriate web sites may not be accessed at any time. The
library also has a photocopy machine for student use. All copies
printed on the printer or the photocopy machine cost 10˘ per
* The Code of Conduct for Technology is strictly enforced. See
page vii of the Student Handbook.