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New Elementary Checkout Procedures

 

The Library has been a busy place so far this school year!  Just thought I would update you on a few policy changes for the Elementary students that we decided to make this year. We are also learning how to be "Bucket Fillers" and not "Bucket Dippers" by listening to the the story How Full is Your Bucket for Kids.

Each classroom visits the library once, maybe depending on their rotation, twice a week.  Ask your child what day they will visit they library.  At first, you may have to help them remember to bring their books back.  All books are due the next library time.  This is the change from previous years.  If all of the books your child checked out are not returned, they will be considered overdue.  If your child is not finished reading a book, it can be rechecked/renewed to them for another week.  The book must be brought to the library to do this.  If it isn’t, it will be considered overdue. 

Overdue books

It is important that students return his/her books each library time.  We want them to get new books to read.  If they do not bring all of their books back each week, book checkout privileges are taken away until all overdue books are returned. 

The number of books allowed to checkout is:

**Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten:          1 book

**1st grade-6th grade:   3 books

 

If you have any questions, please feel call me or email me.

Thanks and have a great day!

Robin Sugden

402-988-2525 ext. 110

rsugden@freemanschools.net

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