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Policies

Library Policies and Information

  • All sixth graders receive an orientation to the library, its services, and its policies.
  • Parents must submit a permission slip annually from the SCUSD Student and Parent Information Handbook before students are allowed to use the Internet on campus. 

    Checking out library books and textbooks

  • Up to five items may be checked out from the library by each student.
  • Items checked out may be kept for three weeks.  Magazines are due after three days.
  • Any item may be renewed for an extra three weeks, unless someone has requested it.
  • Twenty cents per day is charged for overdue library materials.
  • The library web page is accessible from the school website.  Students and parents can login to the library catalog with the student ID number to keep track of items out and renew materials.
  • Textbooks are checked out for the length of the school year.  Supporting texts, such as literature circle books, have shorter checkout periods.  The student is responsible for keeping track of the copy checked out.  If a book is lost or damaged beyond use, the cost of the textbook is charged to the student.  Fees may be added to the student’s library account for other damages to the textbooks, such as broken corners, water damage, or loose bindings.