Q: How many books can I check out?
A: You may check out up to 2 books at a time, and keep them for two weeks before they are due.
Q: Can I renew my books?
A: Yes, I'm happy to renew your books if you need them longer than 2 weeks (unless I have students waiting to read the book).
Q: Do you charge fines for overdue books?
A: No. We do not charge overdue fines. We just want to get the book back into circulation as soon as possible so other students can read it.
Q: Is the library open before or after school?
A: The library is not open before school, and only open for 10 minutes after school. But we will be open the entire school day--including break and lunch.
Q: Do I need a pass to visit the library during lunch?
A: No. We're going to try not having passes this year. The library is open to all, however, we need to maintain a quiet atmosphere for students who are reading or doing homework. Anyone who is being loud or disruptive will be asked to leave.
If you have any questions that weren't answered here, please contact me (contact information is at the bottom of the page), and I'll be happy to answer any questions you have.
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Teaching Books.net strives to equitably give all readers insights and opportunities that deepen their understanding and joy of the books they are reading. Click below for student & parent resources:
Intermediate: Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate, War That Saved My Life by Kimberly Bradley, Fish in a Tree by Lynda Hunt
Middle School: Ms. Bixby's Last Days by John Anderson, Echo by Pam Munoz, Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolf
Young Adult: Girl in the Blue Coat by Monica Hesse, Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson, Written in the Stars by Aisha Saeed