looking for a spot to study?

library hours

Monday June 20 — Last Day of Classes, open 8am-3:45pm

Tuesday June 21 — No Classes, library closed to students

Wednesday June 22 — 8am-3:45pm

Thursday June 23 — 8am-3:45pm

Friday June 24 — 8am-3:45pm

Monday June 27 — 8am-12:30pm

**June 27 is the final day to return textbooks**

behind the scenes

com·men·tar·y

ˈkämənˌterē

noun: commentary; plural noun: commentaries
 
an expression of opinions or offering of explanations ; explanations about an event or situation.
“an editorial commentary”
  • a descriptive spoken account (especially on a broadcast) of an event or performance as it happens.
    synonyms: narration, description, account, report, review
  • a set of explanatory or critical notes on a text.
    “a commentary on the Old Testament”
    synonyms: explanation, elucidation, interpretation, exegesis, analysis

 

Old & New Testament Commentaries are calling a new shelf home — they can be found in the back classroom area of the library by the yearbooks. They are also available to borrow for 3 Day Loans, instead of being Reference use in library only. So, if you’re working on a research paper, stop on by!

commentariescommentaries sign

 

shhh it’s study time

library hours

Writing 2 exams in one day and looking for a quiet spot to study in-between?

Have a stack of textbooks that need to be returned?

Here’s a look at the MEI Secondary Library Hours during Exam Week, January 25-28:

Monday – ProD Day (open for textbook drop-off)

Tuesday – 11:30am – 3:45pm

Wednesday – 8:00am – 3:45pm

Thursday – 8:00am – 3:45pm **all textbooks due

Friday – no classes or exams (open for late textbook drop-off)

 

**Reminder on exam schedule: Parents should be aware that not all students in each grade write every exam. Therefore, students should only be at school during their exam times, plus the time in between exams if they have two on one day. Other than that, since no classes will run that week, and as there are no supervised areas for students to gather, they should not be at school.

do you know where your textbooks are?

If you are done with your semester 1 textbooks, drop them off at the library!

ALL textbooks (unless you are taking a linear course) must be returned by the last day of exams, Thursday January 28. If they are returned after that date they will have a $2 late fine per book — and if the textbook was needed for semester 2 classes, you will be charged a replacement fee even if the textbook comes back as a replacement will have already been purchased.

Feel free to contact Ms. Penner if you have any questions or concerns.

do you know where your textbooks are