Library Information

AISD Library Vision / Mission


The Alto ISD Library Media Program seeks to create a 21st century environment that promotes learning for all students by providing equitable access to information, teaching information literacy skills, and encouraging lifelong learning.  The library media center strives to be a center of collaborative learning that produces creative students who have an appreciation of literature, critical thinking skills, and respect for others and self.

Alto Elementary School

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Alto Middle School

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Alto High School

AISD Library Damage Policy

Alto ISD 


1. 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, employee, or parent.

2. If a book, that is checked out to a student, or school employee, is damaged, the book is to be paid for in full (if no longer useable), or partially(depending on severity of damage).  Damage considerations include the following:

Water Damage/or other liquids

Torn Pages

Food Stains

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 will not be allowed to check books from the library until damages are paid in full.  Fine will remain on student's name until time of graduation, if not taken care of.

Annual Bluebonnet Party

The annual Texas Bluebonnet party was held in the library on January 24th.  Students in 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grades voted on their favorite book out of the twenty Bluebonnet books on the lists this year.  The Alto winner, with eighty-six votes was "Wedgie and Gizmo," the story of a want-to-be-evil guinea pig and a lovable dog who thinks he's a hero.  Students will find out on February 15th which book won for the state.  Students were entertained by a presentation about turtles from the Ellen Trout Zoo!  Refreshments were enjoyed by all!

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