• CCHS Policies

    Library Road Sign

    Answers to most frequently asked questions about library policies at CCHS:

     

    • Checkout Policy
      • Students are allowed a maximum of four books to be checked out from our library. Class books are included in this number.
      • Books are checked out for a period of three weeks, with one renewal. After that, see the librarian.

     

    • Lost Books: Students are financially responsible for lost books. If you lose a book, please come see me. I promise that I won't be mad; it can happen to anyone. I just need to know so that I can start looking into replacing it.
      • You may always bring in a lost book if you find it later.
      • You can also buy a replacement copy instead of paying. You can likely find it cheaper than the price I paid.
      • If you do have to pay for a book, see Mrs. Kivett.
      • The school cannot issue refunds if you find a lost book after paying for it, so make sure you check everywhere before paying!

     

    • A teacher's note is not required to use the CCHS library during the following open times:
    1. Before School
    2. During Break
    3. During Empower Hour
    4. After School

     

    • A teacher's note is always required to enter the library during class time - even to print.

     

    • Cell phone calls are not permitted in the media center. Please step into the hallway to make or answer calls.

     

    • Please do not bring food or liquids inside the media center.

     

    • Empower Hour in the Library

      The library is a study hall during Empower Hour. This means that it will be a quiet space for students who need to get work done.

      Expectations for students:

      1. Work silently and independently- no talking
      2. Students must be actively working on assignments
      3. Use headphones for music/videos
      4. No food or drink in the library

     

    CCHS Professional Policies:  

        CCHS Strategic Planning Document 

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