Beatrice Public Library
DeWitt Public Library
Media Center Homepage
The library media
center is an educational space for everyone. Visiting the media center is a
- Be respectful of
all library media users and staff.
- Maintain a
- Use computers for
- Follow the rules
in the student handbook.
- Read! Research!
Learn Something New!
Please follow the rules
- Enter the library
media center quietly, sign in and put your pass in the appropriate
place. Have the pass signed by the media staff before leaving.
- Passes are
required to use the media center.
- Do not leave
the media center before checking out with the media staff.
- When visiting the
media center independent of a class, only two (2) students may sit at
- Check out all
materials that leave the media center.
- Books2 weeks
(or other arrangements made with the staff)
- Return materials
in good condition. Damaged or lost items will be charged at replacement
cost. If a lost item is found and returned, money will be refunded.
- Fines are five
cents a day for over dues with a maximum of up to $5.00. Over dues will
be printed weekly and distributed through study halls and
- If a student
owes over a $1.00, has overdue materials, or has lost unpaid
materials, the student may not check out anything until the fines
are paid and materials returned. Students may also work off the
fine or make a payment plan with the library media specialist.
- Books may be
renewed as needed if no one has requested the item.
- Passes are
required from the teacher giving the assignment.
Sign in and put the pass in the appropriate place. Have the pass signed
by the media staff before leaving.
- If working with
another student, have that indicated by the teacher on the pass.
- Food or drinks are
not allowed in the computer lab.
- Follow the
guidelines of the Computer Network Policy.
- A student who is
disruptive or does not follow the rules will be asked to leave the
library media center. A student, who does not do so peacefully, will
lose library media privileges as determined by the library media