FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)

Q: What are the library hours?

A: Monday-Thursday 7:00-3:30 p.m.

    Friday hours depend on the meeting schedule. We open at either 7:30 or 8:25 and close at 3:30 p.m.

 

Q: What are the textbook window hours?

A: Before school at 7:05, both lunches, and after school until 2:45 p.m.

Q: How many books can a student check out at a time?

A: In general, students may check out three books at a time for two weeks. However, if the books are for a research project and others need the resources, students may be limited to one book for a lesser check out time.

Q: Can students be in the library during class time?

A: We welcome students during class as long as they have a pass from their teacher and something to work on. If a student doesn't have a first or sixth period, he/she needs a sticker on the back of their I.D. This can be obtained from the guidance office. 

Q: Where is tutoring held?

A: Tutoring is in A-104 after school from 2:30 to 3:30 Monday-Thursday.

Q: Does the library take donations?

A: Yes, we would love your help! Here are ways to make a difference:

     1. We accept gently used books that are appropriate for teenagers.

     2. Click here to view our Amazon wish list. Feel free to buy any of the books listed.

 

All of the above options are tax deductible! Simply let Connie Joyce know, and she'll write a letter for your taxes.

Q: My student has lost his/her ID. How do I get a replacement?

A: Replacements can be purchased for $7.00 cash at the textbook room before school, lunch, or after school until 2:50 p.m.

Q: What form of payment do you take?

A: The library and student store accept cash only. You may also pay online using the school's PayPal link on the school's School Loop page. Click here for the directions. Sorry, we no longer accept checks. 

Q: My student has damaged or lost his/her book. What do we do?

A: Book replacement can vary from $10 to $200, depending on the book. Call the library at ext. 2060 to find out the price. Per Education Code 48904(a), students are responsible for their books and the cost. Damage charges can vary all the way up to full cost depending on what damage occurred. We do offer a payment plan where students can put approximately 20% down, then pay at least $5.00 per month after that. If a book is turned in within a year, the student receives his/her money back. 

Q: If my student lost his/her book, can I buy a replacement online?

A: We're sorry, we do not accept books purchased online. Books must be purchased from reputable vendors that the district works with. 

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