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Last Updated: Sep 5, 2017 URL: http://libguides.mpsaz.net/content.php?pid=112584 Print Guide RSS Updates

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Computer Usage

Computers are to be used for educational purposes only.

 

Library Rules

No electronic devices.

Keep food and drinks outside of the library.

Quiet voices only – be considerate of others using the library. 

Be productive – read, research, do homework, checkout a book, etc.

Be responsible.

Be respectful.

 

Ask Us!

If you only remember one thing, remember that the librarians are here to help you.  We are experts in searching for information and are willing to help you with any project or assignment. If we don't know the answer, we will find someone that does! 

For starters, you need to become familiar with the Mesa Public Schools website http://www.mpsaz.org/  it contains great databases,citation tools, video podacsts, etc. You will be able to find the answers to most of your questions there. 

 

Check Out Procedures

Visit the Circulation Desk for any questions or problems regarding book borrowing, fines, due dates, or renewals.  

Students may check out 2 items for 2 weeks.

Encyclopedias are available for overnight check out only.

All materials are available for renewal, with one exception:  if the item is on hold for another student, it may not be renewed.  

Students must show a current Summit Academy ID to checkout materials.

Visit the Circulation Desk to see if the book you put on hold is in.

 

Poston Classification

How to find circulating books

FIC              Fiction

REF             Reference

000-999        Non-fiction

 

Overdue Materials

Students with overdue materials may not check out items from the library until the overdue item is returned, renewed, or, if lost or damaged, paid for.

If a student has lost a book, he/she must pay the debt in the Bookstore and bring the receipt to the Library.

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