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To sign out items at the library, students will be asked to show their ID card or state their student number. Students are permitted to check out a maximum of 8 books at a time for 3 week periods. If materials are needed longer, they can be renewed up to 3 times. Overdue fines are .25¢ a day per book. If an item has not been returned for 90 days, it is considered lost and a replacement fee will be issued.
Current issues of magazines and newspapers can be read while in the library – back issues are available for borrowing.
eReaders are also available for students to borrow. Due to the replacement costs, permission slips must be signed by parents prior to the initial borrowing of an eReader. eReaders can be borrowed for 2 week periods.
Textbooks are checked out at the beginning of each semester at the library. All textbooks are due on the day of the subject’s final exam. Textbooks handed in after the exam days are considered late and charged a $2 late fee per textbook, or the replacement cost if turned in once the next semester has started.
Fines are assessed based on damage to the library books or textbooks, such as: writing, stains, and torn covers. Fines are $2-$5 depending on the damage. If the item is unusable or not returned, you will be charged the cost to replace the book.
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