Libraries remain the focal point for secondary schools while academic roles have revolutionized over the last two decades. Encouraging students to read recreationally and perform traditional research continue to be primary goals, but our mission has expanded to include an emphasis on the importance of information literacy. The increasing abundance of information students are able to access in variety of media formats dictates that our goals to encourage successful life-long learning include a mastery of the processes of acquisition, evaluation, and assimilation of information.
Kori Reininger, (MLS)
Hours of Operation:
Circulation period - 2 weeks
Students may check out up to 3 books at a time.
Students may check out informational videos on an overnight basis.
If you are visiting the library without your class/teacher, you must have a pass, and you must sign in and sign out at the circulation desk.
Students are responsible for library materials. Make sure you check your book for damage BEFORE you leave the library. If you see damage, let the library staff know. You will be charged for any damage done to the book while in your care, so please take care of the book. Be aware of items in your backpack that could cause damage to the book (ex. food, water bottles, cramming items on top, etc.).
Gum is NEVER allowed in the library, and food and drink must be kept in your backpack or lunchbox when in the library.