The library program is designed to help students to develop their ability to find, generate, evaluate, and apply information that helps them to function effectively as individuals in society. Through the use of media, students will acquire and strengthen skills in reading, observing, listening, and communicating ideas. Students will be expected to pay fines for damages that may occur while a book is checked out to them. In addition, students will be expected to pay the replacement cost of any book that they do not return.
Students are responsible for checking out textbooks from the course instructor and are required to pay for any damage done to books while checked out to them. In addition, students are expected to pay the replacement cost of books that are not returned including lost, stolen, or damaged books.
At the end of each semester, students are required to satisfy all outstanding obligations prior to receiving their semester report card, diploma, or a copy of their course transcript. Obligations include but are not limited to the following: course fees, musical instruments and uniforms, athletic equipment and uniforms, library materials, and textbooks. Students with outstanding obligations will not be allowed to register for classes the following year or participate in graduation ceremonies.