Policies and Procedures

Please review the Media Center Orientation for important and helpful info. Media Center Orientation Virtual 21-22.pdf

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Students need a media center pass, signed by their classroom period teacher, to visit the media center during class periods. Students must sign in and sign out at the circulation desk, and return to class before transitions and dismissal. The Media Center is open during school hours. Please be advised, Media Center hours may vary due to meetings, testing, special events, classes, inventory, and other circumstances.

Book Checkout
Students may checkout one physical book at a time. Students can checkout one e-book at a time. Books are checked out for two weeks. Students may renew a book one time and can place one book on hold.  Students should visit Destiny Discover through the CCPS portal to view the books available in the collection. For physical books, please place the book on hold that you would like to checkout. The media staff will pull the books on hold and deliver them to students weekly. E-books can be checked out online. 

Lost or Damaged Books
If a book is lost or damaged, students will be fined for the replacement cost of the item. Overdue books must be returned and fees must be paid for any lost or damaged books before the student can checkout more items. Parents will be contacted for students who have severely overdue books.

School and County technology devices are to be used for school related assignments, assessments, research, etc. This includes Chromebooks, laptops, and desktops. Please ensure that your technology use reflects this. Devices should not be used for video games, non-educational videos, accessing or searching for inappropriate content or sites, or any other recreational type of activities. Failure to cooperate will result in limited or no use of school technology devices and possible disciplinary action.

There are student computers and a printer available for use in the media center. Students may print only school related materials as needed, and within reason. Color printing is not available. Printing is not permitted during class change/transitions. Computers are only for school work and research.

No food or drinks in the media center. Clean up after yourself by pushing in chairs, putting materials back, collecting all your personal items, and throwing trash away. Be respectful of others and remember that the media center is a quiet and academic setting. Books and other library items should be treated with care. Remember that you are borrowing these items, and the expectation is that you return them in good, working condition. 

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