The new books for next year are starting to arrive — it’s like Christmas in July!
Take a peek at what is headed our way. Plot what you want to read first — you can start checking books out on the first day of school, Tuesday September 4.
Is there a book you’re hoping will hit our shelves this year? Why don’t you SUGGEST A BOOK?
Don’t need your textbooks anymore? Return it to the library! Need it to study? The last day to return textbooks is by 4pm June 26 — after that you will have to pay to replace them.
All library books need to be returned by this Friday June 8 or else you will be charged to replace them — this will add you to THE LIST for no yearbook. This is also the last day books can be checked out from the library until Summer Reading check out begins on June 19.
Are you part way through a series and you don’t want to be left hanging over the summer?
Are you planning a road trip and want to bring along a few books to keep you company?
Want to borrow an unlimited number of MEI Secondary Library books over the summer break?
You can! Stop by and talk to Ms. Penner for more info.
Stop by the library and grab a bunch of books before the break — there’s no limit to how many you can borrow!
The display of new & recommended reads is ready for you to browse.
You don’t want to miss our once-a-year-only annual event — pay off late fines on Tuesday March 6 or Wednesday March 7 and receive 50% off! For example, for every $1 you pay Ms. Penner will take $2 off your library account.
WARNING: students will be charged a replacement fee for any semester 1 textbooks not returned by Thursday, even if they are returned later, as after this date missing textbooks are replaced for semester 2 classes.
Looking for a spot to study during exam week?
Here’s a peek at what the library hours will be.
(There are no exams or classes on Friday so the library will be closed to students)
There are many displays and recommended reads to choose from for your holiday reading and relaxing. Make sure you stop by and grab a stack before Christmas break — there is no limit on how many books you can borrow!