Johnson Elementary School Library
Hours: 7:30 am - 2:30 pm M-F
Resource Center Specialist: Ms. Muir
Resource Center Asst:
Rules & Policies
The Johnson Elementary Library Resource Center is committed to reinforcing 21st century information skills that will allow students to access and use all information resources while at the same time encouraging students to develop a positive and joyful attitude toward reading for pleasure.
Grades K-1 may check out one book for one week.
Grades 2-6 may check out two books for one week.
Students may renew books as many times as needed to finish, unless another student has requested the book. In that case, books may be kept for a maximum of one month.
Students with books one month overdue will not be allowed to check out any new materials until they are returned, renewed, or replaced.
Students with books one month overdue will receive an overdue notice to take home. After two months, a notice is mailed to the student’s home. Students who have not returned or replaced their books at the end of the year will not be allowed to participate in Johnson’s annual Water Day.
There is no charge for overdue/late books.
Students will be charged the full price of a lost book or a book damaged beyond repair in order to replace it, or they may choose to replace it themselves with a new or gently used copy of the same title.
If a fine is paid for a lost book, and the book is later found in good condition, the full price of the book will be refunded to the student.
- Do not eat or drink while reading a book.
- Never cut or tear pages from a book.
- Wash your hands before reading a book.
- Use a bookmark to keep your place in a book.
- Never turn down the corner of a page.
- Never lick your fingers to turn the pages of a book.
- Never turn a book on its “face”.
- Turn the pages from the top corner.
- Keep books safe from younger siblings and pets.
- Protect books from the weather.
- Never mark or color in a book.
- Do not throw, toss, or drop books.
- If a book is damaged, do not try to mend it. We use specialized materials to repair books. Please hand the book to Miss Chris or Mrs. Whitmer, and point out any damage.
- Be respectful
- Quiet voices at all times
- Walking feet at all times
- Return books on time
- No gum, food, or water allowed
Students may place up to three books on hold at a time. Holds may be placed on books that are currently checked out only. Once students have been notified that a hold is in, they have one week to pick up the book before it is reshelved for the next patron.
- Students are welcome to use the computers anytime the library resource center is open. If students come during school hours outside of their regularly scheduled library time, they must obtain a pass from their teacher.
- Students may not change the setup of the computers in any way.
- Students must save their work on a USB drive.
- Students may use the internet to access appropriate educational sites only.
- Computers are provided as a tool to complete assignments and for personal growth.
- District policy prohibits gaming on school computers.