Students are welcome to come to the Library Media Center to complete assignments, study, read, check out materials, or use the Internet (for educational purposes only, of course).
Passes are required
- Students must have a pass from a classroom teacher or Mrs. Roth to use the LMC.
- Students who have research assignments may obtain a yellow library pass from their subject teacher. The student’s first and last name as well as assignment topic must be on the pass.
- To obtain a pass from Mrs. Roth, interested students should come to the Library Media Center in the mornings before the end of fourth period and sign up for a pass during their study hall.
- Students with passes are to report directly to the Media Center. A list of students will then be sent to the appropriate study hall for attendance.
- Passes will be honored on a first come, first served basis.
- Students must be in the Media Center by the time the bell rings.
- Once signed in, students are expected to remain the entire period.
Students are expected to:
- Come prepared to read, study or do research. Limited passes to lockers will be given.
- Work quietly and not disturb others
- Keep hands, feet, and objects to themselves
- Show respect for school and personal property
Please note: food, beverages, and the use of headsets or other electronics (including cell phones) are prohibited.Computers
Computers are available for educational purposes only. Game playing, emailing, recreational web surfing and other similar activities are not permitted. Students must be familiar with the district Acceptable Use Policy.
Any Geneva High School student may open an account at the LMC. Please stop in and complete an application. Student account responsibilities include:
- All materials borrowed on the account
- Choice of material borrowed on the account
- Fines and lost or damaged materials
- Notification of loss of library card
- Fees charged for replacement of card
- Not lending the library card to others
Books and materials are loaned for a two-week period. The date due is printed on a receipt at the time of checkout.
If needed for a longer period of time, items may be renewed in person or online (as long as they are not overdue).
A fine of 10¢ a day is assessed for overdue books and materials.
All fines and fees must be paid before checking out or renewing any library items.