Ms. Laux, Librarian
Mr. Strong, Library Assistant
Checkout Policy: You may check out a book for ONE MONTH. In order to foster a community of shared resources, we suggest students check out up to five items. However, you can alwasy speak with a librarian to increase access to the materials you need.
Library Visits: Students will be able to visit the library during Advisory, lunch, and their English classes. They may still place online holds during the year as well!
Book Holds: Please see the video in the tutorials tab below to learn how to place an online hold. Please wait until you receive an email confirmation to pick up your book. Books are available during school hours.
Virtual School Students: Your book pick up and drop off will be in the front entrance of the school.
Henley Students: Your held books will be available for pick up in the library on the holds bookshelf.
OUR MISSION is twofold. Our first goal is to help all students become effective users of information and ideas. This means that we help you use your creative, critical thinking, collaborative and communication skills to succeed at all your school work. Our second goal is to foster a love of reading in all students. We will provide you with the latest and best of Young Adult literature and make sure you have access to the classics as well. Let us know what you love to read, and we will put it in your hands.
RESPONSIBLE READING: In a library that serves students ranging in ages from eleven to fourteen, a wide variety of materials are needed. Obviously, what is interesting and appropriate for eleven-year-olds may not be interesting and/or appropriate for fourteen-year-olds and visa versa. When students first visit the library each year, Ms. Laux issues her standard advice: "If you choose a book that makes you uncomfortable or that would make your parents uncomfortable, return it." The beauty of libraries is that they are all about choice. Find a book you can completely enjoy.