Questions about Checkout during Distance Learning
Q: How many books can I check out?
A: One book at a time, for a two-week period .
Q: Can I renew my books?
A: Yes, I'm happy to renew your books if you need them longer than 2 weeks (please email me if you'd like to do so).
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?
A: Sadly, the library is not currently open, but we now have a remote check-out process.
Q: How does the remote check-out process work?
A: See the Distance Learning Book Checkout flyer (following these questions).
Q: Where can I return my book?
A: There is a book return bin on the library cart in front of the school as well as a return bin right outside the library.
Q: What if I lost or damaged a book?
A: Lost/damaged books need to be paid for. The cost is $20.00 for a hardback, and $10 for a paperback.
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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California Young Reader Medal nominees for the 2020-2021 school year are:
Intermediate Category: The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street by Karina Yan Glaser, Save Me a Seat by Sarah Weeks, and Restart* by Gordon Korman
Middle School Category: Sweep by Jonathan Auxier, Lily and Dunkin* by Donna Gephart, and Hope in the Holler by Lisa Lewis Tyre
Young Adult Category: Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds, Bitter Side of Sweet by Tara Sullivan, and All We have Left* by Wendy Mills