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Library Rules

  • Check-Out for each Grade Level:
    • Kindergartens are allowed to check out one book at a time.
    • 1st & 2nd Grade may have two books
    • 3rd - 5th Grades may have up to three books if books are required for assignments, Battle of the Books, Reading Buddies and/or the student has a good record of returning books.
  • The Library is open during school hours and usually before and after school.
  • Parents are welcome to visit and borrow books.
  • Books circulate to students for one week.
  • Books must be brought to the library to be renewed.
  • The library staff reserves the right to set limits on the number of high demand books that may be borrowed and/or renewed.
  • We suggest that student keep their library books in a safe place (like their backpack), handle them carefully, and accept responsibility for returning them in as good condition as when they borrowed them.
  • Parents and children are responsible for lost or damaged books. Report cards may be withheld from students owing for books at the end of the year.