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    In order to make this a successful and enjoyable experience for you and your child, you can help your child in the following ways:

    Encourage your child to share the books with you.  Read together.

    Find out your child"s scheduled day for library visits and encourage them
     to take advantage of the library resources.

    Remind your child to return books on time. 
    Your child may not check out new materials until ALL
    overdue items are returned.
    Check and mark the library day on a calendar.

    If the book and or magazine is forgotten on library day, please
    have your
    child return it the
    very next day.
    •  It is important that it is returned as soon as possible
    • The book may have a hold on it or a teacher may need it
    • Please do not wait until the following library cycle day to return the item.
    • Have a special place to keep library books, such as in your child"s backpack, when they are not reading it.  This will help to minimize possible damage by younger children and animals.                                     
    If a book is damaged, do not attempt to repair it at home.  Report the damage to the library by writing a note or giving us a phone call.  A charge for the damage will be assessed when the book is returned to the library.
    Please be aware that District Policy states that the current replacement cost for the books that are lost or damaged beyond reasonable repair will be charged and payment is expected.
    Library privileges will be suspended until the obligation is paid.
    At the end of the school year if the obligation is still not paid,
    report cards will be held in the office and library privileges will
    continue to be suspended the following school year.


     If for any reason you should not want your child to check out books
    for home use, please inform the library in writing.


Last Modified on March 13, 2020