1600 Brigman Avenue
Building Open to Students
Student Instructional Day
8:15 am to 3:00 pm
Our work emphasizes the importance of rules; roles, relationships and responsibilities as these are applied to life experiences. Through academics, athletics and teamwork in all endeavors, it is our mission to help students to accept and work within rules, build collaborative relationships, take on several roles and accept responsibility for choices and actions.
The Library Media Center has a collection of 16,559 books. This number includes fiction, non-fiction, and reference books. Magazines and reference books are not allowed to be checked out but during the library visit students are allowed to look at them as long as they like. Fines are not charged; however, if a student has an overdue book, he or she will be unable to check out any more books. If books are lost the student must pay replacement costs.
Our entire card catalog is set up on 6 computers. Any student is allowed to look up books on these computers. The computers are also used for Reading Counts tests, Internet usage and word processing.
Passes provided by teachers are required for individual use.
Teachers may schedule to have time with their entire class in the Library Media Center.
Student assistants help shelve books and check books in and out. This is a 12 week class for eighth graders. The students receive a grade. Students must also read a book and write a review. Every 12 weeks the Library Media Center receives new recruits.
|Library Media Specialist Abbie L. Zastawny email@example.com x233Hours7:55- 3:00|
Box Tops information
All school cafeterias operate on a computerized lunch system. Students have a lunch account available for their use. Parents may deposit money into their child/children’s account at their convenience and may do so weekly, monthly, or yearly. If you would like restrictions placed on your child/children’s account, please send it in writing to the cafeteria manager at your child/children’s school. For example, if you don’t want your child to purchase a la carte items or breakfast, then the money will be used for lunch only.
If you have questions concerning free and reduced lunch contact Betsy Sumner.
For all other questions please contact Lisa Fackler.
Blue and black ink pens
3-4 composition notebooks
Dry erase markers
6-8 2-pocket folders
Loose leaf paper
Hand pencil sharpener
**Teachers may request these additional items: tissue, 3-ring binder, tab dividers, post it notes