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Dartmouth High School Library

 

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It's never too late to return an overdue/lost library book! 

The Dartmouth High School Library supports staff and students in meeting learning outcomes. As a hub for student learning, the library plays a key role in student success.

Our library has over 5500 items including novels, research materials, reference sources, board games, and magazines. There are 6 desktop computers available for online research, email and document creation. Our online catalogue and an extensive online research database (EBSCO) are available through links on this site. Audio visual equipment and resources as well as mobile laptop computer carts are available for use in the classrooms. Teachers can also book the library for their classes.

All students are welcome before school, at lunch time and after school. Students who have a study period are invited to come to the library to work. Other students may be accommodated and must have the written permission of their classroom teacher and approval of the librarian. Students are expected to come to the library to read, to do research, to work quietly in groups and/or to use the computers for school work. Students must behave in a way that is not disruptive or that interferes with other students' use of the library.

Books are usually on loan for 3 weeks and can be renewed unless they have been reserved for another person. Students who have outstanding library books may be denied borrowing privileges until all books are returned, paid for or replaced. Lost books are the responsibility of the borrower and must be paid for or replaced. 

RULES

PROPER DECORUM AT ALL TIMES

NO FOOD

DESKTOP & LAPTOP COMPUTERS ARE ONLY TO BE USED FOR SCHOOL WORK

 
"Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information on it."

Samuel Johnson, English author, critic, & lexicographer (1709 - 1784); quoted in Boswell's Life of Johnson

Last updated on April 11, 2017

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