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Policy and Expectations 405
Policy and Expectations

Borrowing Books and Other Items


Students need their student card or their timetable in order to borrow material

To allow everyone an opportunity to access material, you may borrow:

  • 2 or 3 non-fiction books on one subject (unless reserved for a class)
  • 4 fiction books
  • Total of 5 books per student 
  • Checking materials out for other students is not allowed. Students are personally responsible for any materials borrowed on their student number.  

Loan Periods

Below are the loan periods for resources.

Loan period
3 Weeks
2 nights only

Library Etiquette

Student Expectations and Proper Library Etiquette

  • Students are expected to work quietly to maintain an atmosphere conducive to research and study
  • Students who are in class must present a note from their classroom  teacher which gives them permission to be in the library
  • Senior students on spare or lunch must present their timetable and sign in to the library attendance binder
  • Lunch hours are monitored in the library – you must be working quietly on school work to be in the library
  • Middlefield's Code of Conduct in effect
  • No food or drink permitted (With the exception of Water)
  • Card playing, online chats, computer games and the likes are NOT considered research
  • Please return Resource Centre materials on time
  • Silent study during the exam period
  • Please tidy your work area before leaving the library

Computer Etiquette

Students will observe the following when using computers in the Library:

  • One student per computer
  • Use computers for scholarly purposes only – no on-line games
  • No inappropriate sites
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