Rules and Expectations
Media Center Expectations and Rules
1. Do something productive
2. Do it in a way that allows others to be productive.
3. Be respectful of other people and their property.
Maintaining a desirable atmosphere in the Media Center is a responsibility that is shared by all. There are a number of tables available for individuals or for study groups. Cell phone use is prohibited.
Because...Student Achievement is the Bottom Line!
Student Sign-In and Hall Passes
All students are required to arrive with a pass. Sign-in is required for any pass.
About the Collection
The Media Center houses a collection of both fiction and nonfiction books, audio tapes & CDs, magazines, and newspapers. There are 17 networked computer stations with internet access. Computers are for educational purposes only.
Check-out & Return of Materials
A valid student ID is required to check-out Media Center materials. Students are responsible for materials checked out in their name. Books are checked out for two weeks and can be renewed. Magazines are checked out overnight. Students with overdue materials cannot check-out additional items. Materials should be returned by the Due Date to the Book Drop, located at the Circulation Desk.
The Media Center has 17 multimedia computers available for students to use. Students must abide by the District's Acceptible Use Policy while using the computers. Studens must have an AUP signed by a parent or guardian on file to use the Internet.
A copy machine is available for student use in the media center. Copies are ten cents per copy.