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Lake Washington High
12033 N.E. 80th St., Kirkland, WA 98033 | 425 936-1700
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Library Policies and Procedures
Our primary mission is to provide books and other materials that support the curriculum of LWHS.  We provide access to current, adequate, and appropriate resources.
The Lake Washington High School
Library-Media Resource Center
 
STAFF
Susan Gregerson, Library Media Specialist
Amida Siddick, Library Secretary
Tiffany Jones, Library IA

  WHAT WE DO…

  • Provide instruction and assistance in the use of library information, materials and equipment.
  • Provide a quiet, attractive and friendly environment to study.
  • Provide help and resources for assignments and information needs upon request.
  • Provide books for recreational reading.
  • Purchase books, materials and equipment to support LWHS curriculum and educational goals.
  • Assist teachers by collaborating with instruction and by providing resources that support curriculum.
WHAT WE HAVE…
  • Print Resources: Large collection of books, high quality reference section, magazines
    (current and 7 year back issues) and newspapers.
  • Electronic Resources: School and District Library Catalog, King County Library System Catalog, informational databases, and Internet resources including home access privileges.
  • Word Processing, Database/Spreadsheets, Presentation software.
  • Equipment: Computers, Video Cameras, and LCD Projectors.
  • Conference room for small group meetings.
OUR PROCEDURES…
  • Regular book checkout period is three weeks. (Reference books over night by permission.
    Check out AFTER last period by 8:00 A.M. the following day).
  • Magazines are available at the circulation counter and may be checked out for one week.
  • Students with overdue books are not allowed to check out library materials.
  • Students are not charged for overdue books. Students ARE responsible to pay fines for lost or damaged books.
  • Overdue notices are regularly sent until materials are returned.
  • Student transcripts are withheld until library fines are paid. Fines accumulate from year to year until paid.
  • Library is open before and after school, and during lunch periods for reading, study and research.
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO MAKE THE LIBRARY A GREAT PLACE FOR EVERYONE…
  • Speak quietly and behave in a manner consistent with study.
  • Present a library pass when using library during class time.
  • Do not bring food, drinks or candy into the library.
  • Enter the library in an orderly manner and lower your voice.
  • Check out ALL items taken from the library.

 

 

 

 

 

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