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Contact Information

Circulation Desk

(408) 522-2435

 

Dana Kuhlmann

Library Media Teacher
(408)522-2493

 

Ruben Zamora

School Library Specialist
(408)522-2437

Library Policies and Procedures

Policies and Information for Teachers

Last-minute reservations

Call the library or send a student down to check on availability.  If a class is not already in the library or lab, you are welcome to bring your class.

Materials for Teacher Use

Teachers may check out videos and books for extended periods of time for classroom and personal use.  There is no deadline on checkout unless another patron requests the material.  All materials are collected at the end of the school year for inventory purposes.

Sending a group to library during the class period

Individual students and small groups (2-5 students) can be sent to the library with a pass. The pass should have the full names of students and the teacher name (printed rather than signed so that we can read it). There should be times noted for when the students left the classroom and when they are expected to return.  Larger groups should be accompanied by the whole class and teacher.  Students may be sent back if we lack space or computers for them.

Supervision

Teachers are required to supervise their classes in the library.  Monitoring student computer and Internet use is part of teacher supervision.

Substitutes

Students tend not to stay on task in the library when supervised by a substitute.  Please do not schedule a library day when you know you will be absent, unless you have made prior arrangements with Dana Kuhlmann  to assist with the lesson.  For unexpected absences, please schedule an alternate activity in the classroom, if possible.

Substitutes should not send students to the library without prior authorization from library staff.

 

  • Teachers need to be familiar with the library and computer lab as to better assist the students needing help. We will be happy to walk you through the basics of the library and use of the computer resources.
  • Please advise your students to save their work in their School Loop Lockers or they could email it to themselves. Another alternative is that students can save their work to a usb. Please discourage students from using their network student folders to save their work, as it may not be there the next time they use those computers.
  • Teachers should avoid sending their class to the library with a substitute when they are absent. If this is unavoidable, please have a solid lesson plan provided to use in advance.
  • The comfortable chairs in the library are not recommended for use by classes trying to work on a lesson. If a teacher feels that the students should be able to use them, please know that they are in a "quiet" area.
  • Any printing done by the students is only at the teacher's discretion. The teacher will be responsible for over printing and unclaimed prints. Please inform your students of the print procedures prior to using the computer lab.

In Addition

There is an area set aside for staff use where "professional" materials are located. In the catalog professional materials are indicated by the prefix "PRO" in the call number. There also collections of educational journals and some general reference works in the professional collection.