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Jennifer Meador, Media Specialist Phone Icon (334) 361-6400 ext. 20015 Email Icon Email
  Mica Jones, Media Aide Phone Icon (334)361-6400, ext. 20009 Email Icon Email

Library

Library Media Center

 Click HERE to access our library collection

Please go to our "Links" page for additional Internet resources.

 

Schedule

Library Hours of Operation: 8:05-2:30 daily (closed from 11:00-12:00 for lunch/planning)

1st-3rd Grade:  Classes have a weekly 30 minute scheduled library time. Each library class has a lesson and time to check out a book.

4th-6th Grade:  Classes have a biweekly 30 minute scheduled library time. Teachers come with their class to return and check out library books.

Flexible Schedule:  Students may come at other times with a pass from their teacher.

 

 Check-out Limits and Fines

1st - 3rd Grade Students:    Each student may check out one book and keep the book for one week.  There is no fine for an overdue book.  The book must be returned before another book may be checked out.  A lost or damaged book must be paid for before another library book may be checked out.     

4th - 6th Grade Students:    Each student may check out two books and keep the books for two weeks.  There is a fine of $.05 per day for each overdue book with a cap of $0.50 for each book.  If one of the two books checked out is overdue, it must be returned to check out another library book.  A lost or damaged book must be paid for before another library book may be checked out.  

 

Library Computers

The library has 11 computers students may use to access our collection’s on-line catalog.   Students using computers for other educational purposes must have a computer pass from his or her teacher.

 

 

Fall Reading Challenge

DPES is partnering with the Autauga-Prattville Public Library for a Fall Reading Challenge!  Students must read for 6 hours and complete a reading log.  Students meeting the challenge will receive a free ticket to the Autauga County Fair!

 

 

AEA Be a Champion! Read!

Students must read 6 books and document the books on a reading log.  Once the reading log is complete, students will turn it in to their teacher and have their name submitted to the Alabama Education Association for a chance to win Iron Bowl tickets!