number of library books checked out

    • All book bags are to be left in the main foyer upon entering the Innovations Center.

    • Students are admitted to the Innovations Center with an official pass only. Passes must be signed by a releasing teacher. Students without an official pass will be dismissed from the library and sent back to class. Each student must have a separate pass. Small groups of 5 or less may visit the center without a teacher.

    • Students are allowed to check out a maximum of 3 books. A late fee of $.25 per book, per day will be assessed for overdue materials.

    • Each student is responsible for materials checked out in his/her name.

    • All records must be free of fines and/or replacement costs to check out additional materials. Students are responsible for all fines, damaged, or lost materials.

    • Gum, food, drinks, and personal grooming are NOT allowed in the Innovation Center. Tables, computer sites, and chairs/stools should be left in order after use and upon leaving the center.

    • When entering the Innovations Center, students are required to sign in at the table located at the entrance. Only one student is allowed in the restroom at a time.

    • The library circulation desk is off limits to all students with the exception of library assistants.

    • Classes may be scheduled in the Innovation Center. Scheduling for the main library floor area must be done by the Media Specialist. This includes usage for classes checking out books and classes utilizing work areas. 

    • Teachers may utilize the Ellison Die Cutting Machine for bulletin boards. Please contact Media Specialist for use. 

    • After school hour reservations for the faculty must be scheduled via the Media Specialist with a 24 hr notice request.

    • Frequent use of the Innovations Center is encouraged!


    Gale Online Resources

    Campus Information:
     Campus Tours

    Digital Primary Sources:
    Library of Congress
    Florida Memory Project
    Holocaust Museum in Tampa
    Gilder Lehrmann
    Teaching History
    Discover Education (streaming)
    National Archives

    Google Books: A search engine that contains book records, previews, and eBooks. This site also contains links to related reviews, resources, and local libraries carrying the requested books.

    Google Scholar: a Google search engine limited to scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, articles, theses, university resources, and professional publications.





    Maryjane Gardner
    (850) 937-5509