Library

PLEASE READ! VERY IMPORTANT LIBRARY INFO!

Library Staff Members:

  • Jo Ann Lew, Teacher Librarian
  • Melanie Hoblitzell , Library Technician
  • Ratih Johnson
  • Wendy Murrill

Library Materials Collection Selection Criteria:

  • support and enhance courses and...more

CONTACT:


Lew, Joanne
Teacher

COSUMNES OAKS / ELIZABETH PINKERTON MIDDLE SCHOOL LIBRARY

 

OUR LIBRARY STAFF!

Library Staff
JoAnne Lew, Melanie Hoblitzell, Ratih Johnson, Wendy Murrill

LIBRARY 2017 SUMMER HOURS!

summer hours

COSUMNES OAKS / ELIZABETH PINKERTON MIDDLE SCHOOL LIBRARY

Operation and Hours:
The Library provides materials and services to support the academic and general interest needs of the students, faculty and staff of Cosumnes Oaks High School and Elizabeth Pinkerton Middle School. This is not a public library.
Regular
Library Hours:
Monday 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday 8:45 a.m. – 3:30 p.m
Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Lunch: *Open, except when a class is scheduled

* Exceptions:
  • Library will close immediately after school on minimum day and early dismissal schedules, and in case of staff meetings or emergencies.
  • Library reading room hours may be reduced the first and last week of each term to accommodate textbook circulation.
  • Library will not open if there is a lack of adequate supervision.

SCHOOL ID'S AND BOOK CHECKOUT PROCEDURES!

School Identification Cards:
  • Current student ID cards are required each day on campus, and are needed for all library services and activities.
  • Students will be issued an ID card each year. The first one is free of charge, and is coordinated through the Student Activities Director. Students who enroll after fall make-up pictures will receive their initial card in the Library.
  • Replacement ID cards cost $5.00. Students may request a replacement ID card in the Library. Payment is due at time of request. Please allow a 24 hour turn around for production.
Textbooks:
  • Current school ID is required to check out textbooks.
  • Student assumes loss and damage responsibility for exact textbook copies issued.
  • Carefully check condition of each text. Report existing damage to library staff within 7 days of check out. Only library staff may make damage notes in textbooks.
  • Textbooks from completed courses must be returned before books for new classes are issued.
  • Students with overdue textbooks or fines may be delayed from receiving additional textbooks until materials are returned, replaced, or paid.
  • Fines will be assessed at current replacement cost for lost or damaged textbooks.
  • Damage that results while a book is lost is the responsibility of the student to whom the text is checked out.
  • Refunds will be issued for textbooks that are returned after payment is received.

RULES FOR CONDUCT!

Behaviors we expect from STUDENTS in our library....

  • Food and drink - No food or liquids, other than clear water, are allowed.
  • Electronic devices - According to school policies, the use of cell phones and other electronic devices are not allowed.
  • Noise level - Small groups talking softly are acceptable. Groups are limited to the four-chair-per-table guideline. Appropriate noise level shall be determined by library staff.
  • Physical behavior – Quiet behaviors that promote an academic environment are expected at ALL times in the library to maintain an atmosphere conducive to learning.
  • Violations – Violations of any and/or all of the above will result in a student being asked to leave the library for the remainder of that day. A repeat offense will result in loss of additional library privileges or administrative consequences.

EBSCO ONLINE RESEARCH DATABASE

For next school year all Elk Grove School District middle and high schools will have access to the complete suite of EBSCO databases. This is what the UC’s, CSU’s, and most California community colleges use. These databases are extensive! At the log in screen you will see some of our offerings … you can see there are specific collections for science, EL, history and literature, as well as general collections (Explora, eBook collections, Points of View, and Biography).

If you need to access remotely (outside) of School network

See the Librarian for ID and Password!

EBSCO
Click on the ICON above to log in.

TEXTBOOKS DO'S AND DON'TS!

Textbook DO’s
Textbook DON’Ts
Keep your books dry and clean
Don’t carry any liquid in your backpack or book bag
Write your name with ink in designated area on inside front cover
Don’t write, mark or draw in textbooks
Cover at all times
Don’t use sticky book covers, or tape cover to book
Keep in your possession at all times
Don’t leave in classroom, share with others, or leave unattended
Treat textbooks with care
Don’t throw or drop textbooks
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