The purpose of the Information/Media Center is to support the entire school curriculum and to reflect the philosophy, goals, and objectives of our school. The Information Center provides support in intellectual and physical access to information as well as provides students opportunities to expand their world by using various media and technology resources.
Information SpecialistThe information specialist informs students and teachers of the resources available in the Information Center (IC) and instructs them in proper use of these materials. They also correlate the IC instructional program with classroom instruction projects.
Teachers may check out unlimited materials for an unlimited period of time
Kindergarten and First Grade students may check out one book at a time.
Students in Second and Third Grades may check out two books at a time.
Students in Fourth and Fifth Grades may check out three books at a time.
Parents, who have an application on file, may check out up to four books.
Exceptions can be made for special class projects.
Books may be renewed once in a two week time period. The student must bring the book to the library that they wish to renew it. Students/parents will not be able to check out additional books until any overdue book(s) has been returned. Computers in the information center can be used by students for reference work, class projects, and Scholastic Reading Counts quizzes.
Computers and internet access are provided for school purposes only. They may not be accessed for personal use.
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