- We hope that books that are lost or damaged can be replaced.
- Options for replacing books:
- Buy a new or gently used copy of the book (Third Place Books has new and used books)
- Purchase a book from the library's Wish List: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1PBN60VE75K0S?ref_=wl_share
- Contact Ms. Freeman if you aren't able to work out the lost book problem at this time. We will remove the book from your record.
- When we are all full-time back in school, all K-5th grade students visit the library once a week with their class for a regularly scheduled 45-minute class. Students will hear and discuss stories, learn how to research, understand Internet safety, and other lessons as needed.
- When we are all full-time back in school, the library is open all day for checkout, reading, or individual or group work, with a library pass from an adult.
- Currently while we are remote and hybrid, families will receive notices of which books are checked out to the student. The due dates are flexible as needed.
- If books aren't returned soon after the due date, overdue notices will be sent via email to the email address on file.
- Students may still check out if they have overdue books, but may have limits on how many can be checked out.
- We would like for books that are lost or damaged beyond repair to be paid for or replaced. Book costs vary from item to item.
- Options for replacing books include:
- paying the fine in full
- buying a new or gently used copy of the book (Third Place Books has used and new books)
- arranging with the librarian for a student to work in the library during recess
- contacting Ms. Freeman if you would like to discuss other options
- It is the student's responsibility to keep track of their books, keep them in good condition, and know when to return them.
While we are in remote/hybrid learning, all students may check out up to 3 books at a time, and have a total of 6 books out total.