Mrs. Davis, Librarian
Mrs. Holcomb, Library Aide
Welcome back for a Great year for reading! The library is open to all students in grades k-12. Each grade level has a focus Book list that is named by the Texas Library Association. In grades k-2 students can receive 2x2 Books. In grades 3-6 students will be reading and learning from the Bluebonnet List, and then in January those who read 5 books and test on those books, will be invited to the Bluebonnet Party where they will vote for their favorite book. In 7th and 8th grade students are encouraged to read from the Lone Star book list. In High School students will be able to read some of the Taysha books that are available in our library. Reading is the foundation of learning and we encourage and welcome all students to visit the library and READ READ READ!
Students in the Middle school grades 5-8 will be rewarded for their reading this year by going on AR field trips in December and May. Students who receive 37.5 AR points by December 3rd and 75 AR points by May 6th will be eligible to attend fun, exciting field trips! In order to pay for these privileges the middle school will do fund raising. Students will be asked to help earn their way. Please help us encourage student reading by supporting our kids!
Lost And/Or Damaged Library Book Policy
- If a book is lost while checked out to a student or school employee, the book is to be paid for (at replacement cost) by the student or parent.
- If a book, that is checked out to a student, or school employee, is damaged, the book will be paid for in full (if no longer usable), or partially (depending on severity of damage). Damage considerations include the following:
Writing in or on the book
Damage to spine of book
Damage to cover of book
Lost bar code or spine label.
3. If the student does not pay for the lost book, or damages to the book, the student not be allowed to check out books from the library until damages are paid in full. Fine will remain on students name until time of graduation, if not taken care of.