Cupeyville School has two Information Centers, the Elementary School Information Center and the High School Information Center.
Together they provide materials, resources and instruction to enable students to successfully locate, evaluate and process information. In addition, they provide collections to promote recreational reading and foster a lifelong love of literature and learning.
MONDAY thru FRIDAY (7:00am - 2:40pm)
MONDAY & FRIDAY (7:30am - 2:00pm)
TUESDAY / WEDNESDAY / THURSDAY (7:30am - 4:00pm)
- Information Center provides learning resources and equipment to support and enrich curriculum needs.
- During the first school month, an orientation is given to students. Rules and procedures are clarified for the best use of our Center.
- Elementary students need a written Permit, from the person in charge in order to check-out books.
- Books must be returned during the following two weeks or before the due date. Renewal is permitted upon request.
- A five cent (0.05¢) fine will be charged for each day late on due books (weekend and holidays included). Fines will not exceed $3.00 for each late book.
- Lost or mutilated books must be paid in full plus the cost of processing the book.
- All books and material must be returned to the Information Specialist at the Information Center.
- Reference books, magazines and the Puerto Rico collection DO NOT CIRCULATE. Overnight use arrangements can be coordinated with Specialist permission.
- Overnight books not retuned before 7:15 AM of the following day, will receive a ONE DOLLAR ($1.00) fine for EACH HOUR LATE.
- Books DO NOT CIRCULATE during the month of MAY AND SUMMER VACATION.
- During CHRISTMAS and EASTER VACATOINS patrons can check-out books with a Special Permit, upon request.
- KEEP CONVERSATIONS TO A MINIMUM. Talking in a loud or disruptive manner is not permitted.
- Students using the Information Center during school teaching hours require a PERMIT signed by their teacher.
- Return books promptly at the Counter.
- THE INFORMATION CENTER is a place to study. Playing games, running, shouting or eating makes studying very difficult.
- Handle all material carefully. Keep it away from food or any other agent that can harm materials.
IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION, ASK YOUR INFORMATION CENTER SPECIALIST,
HER JOB IS TO HELP YOU!
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