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About the WES Library

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WES Library Media Program

  Vision:  Providing the key rungs to a ladder that will empower students to reach great heights!  

 

 

 

 

 

     Mission: Our Library media center is dedicated to preparing students for lifelong learning in the 21st century.  We will realize this goal by:

 

     1)  giving students the tools and skills necessary for information literacy, evaluation, and research,

     2)  teaching students about the appropriate and ethical use of our diverse, multi-faceted collection, including

          not only books but also various digital resources,

     3)  providing equal access to information,

     4)  facilitating collaboration with peers and staff 

     5)  cultivating a curiosity about their world and a lifelong love of learning which will follow them through

          school, college, their career, and beyond.

 

Hours:     The Library is open from 9:00am until 4:00pm Monday through Friday.  Students have an assigned class

                period during which to check materials out and in.  Additionally, students are welcomed to come in

               before homeroom or with a pass to circulate additional materials.

 

Circulation Limits:  All students are allowed to have four books checked out for personal use at a time. 

                               

 

Due Dates:  All books are due 7 days after they are checked out, but students may renew their books if they are not yet  finished reading them.

 

Fees: No fees are assigned during the school year unless a book is known to be damaged beyond repair.  There are never late fees, but if a book is not returned at the end of the year, students will be notified of a replacement fee:

 

      -  Everybody, Fiction, or Non-Fiction book more than 10 years old:  $5.00

      -  Everybody, Fiction, or Non-Fiction book less than 10 years old:  $10.00, or the price of the book, whichever is less

      -  Everybody, Fiction, or Non-Fiction books purchased within the last 5 years:  Purchase price of the book

 

 

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
   

 

 

 

 

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