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Welcome to the Library

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Library Privileges and Procedures

The DSIS Library is a lending library for DSIS teachers and students.  Student borrowing rules and procedures are as follows:

  • Checking Out Books – To check out books, it is best to see the library tech during her work hours, which are posted in the library.  In order to check out library materials when the library tech is not at the desk, please follow these procedures:
    • Library books, videos and textbooks are checked out by students, parents and teachers using the form that is available on top of the book return and should be left in the basket in the checkout/book return area.
  • Length of Checkout – Materials may be borrowed for the following time periods:
    • Textbooks - one semester (return earlier if finished)
    • Novels/literature - one month (return earlier if finished)
    • Resource materials - one month
    • Math & science kits - one month
    • Games - one month
    • Videos - one week
  • Book Limit – Secondary students may have up to 10 items checked out at a time, and elementary students may have 20 items checked out at a time.  In order to maximize resources for everyone, students should check out only as many items as they will actually use, and then return them as soon as possible.
  • Book Return – Books are returned to the book return slot next to the library desk.
  •  Students Leaving DSIS – Students leaving DSIS must return all library materials or pay appropriate replacement or repair costs.  All records, including report cards, will be held until the student has a clear library record.
  • Graduating Seniors – Diplomas will not be awarded until library records are clear.
  • Damaged or Lost Materials – The cost of replacement or repair to materials is the responsibility of the student and his/her parent or guardian.  The library tech will issue a bill for lost or damaged library materials.  A refund will be issued if the student finds and returns the book within six months in good condition.

Library Hours

Monday 8:00-4:30

Tuesday  8:00 - 4:30

Wednesday 10:00 - 4:30

Thursday 8:00 - 4:30

Friday 8:00 - 3:30

Contact Info

For questions please contact Diane Rubin

530-757-5333, ext. 354

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