Welcome to the Shivela Library!Library hours: 8:30am - 3:50pmThe Library is open before and after school and during all breaks and lunches unless reserved for use by a teacher with their class or other school/district function requiring the library to be closed. There will be signs posted so students know if the library is unavailable.Textbook Opt Out Form for History-Social Science Books:Parents/guardians may choose to have their students access our new history/social science curriculum, Impact by McGraw Hill, online at home instead of checking out a print textbook. Families choosing this option are responsible for providing their student with a device and reliable internet access.Please return the signed form to your site library.
Computer Use:Students may use the library computers before and after school and/or during breaks and lunches for class work and homework only. They may also use the computers during class time with a pass from their teacher.
Student ID:Students MUST have their ID card in order to check out books from the library. This includes all library books, core novels and textbooks. ID cards are issued at registration in August or at the time of enrollment for new students. If at any time during the school year a student loses their ID card, a replacement may be purchased from Student Services for $5.Library Books:Students may check out three (3) library books at a time for a two (2) week period. Books may be renewed for an additional two (2) weeks. ID cards are NOT needed for renewal. If a book is lost or damaged, any fee(s) will need to be paid before another book will be checked out to the student. Overdue notices are sent regularly via email as a reminder to students if they have a book that needs to be returned.
Textbooks:Textbooks are issued during registration. The library has textbooks available for student use before, during and after school. Please check your books for any damage within the first week of issuance and, if any damage is found, return the book to the library for a vew copy.. Any student who returns their book(s) at the end of the school year with damage that has not been notated will be subject to a fine.
Miss Liana Demetrulias, SMS Library Media Technician
Last Modified on July 31, 2023