Evergreen Library

Jay Asher has a new book!


What light, by Jay Asher  

What light, by Jay Asher is out and he autographed it for us!  Stop by and experience his new holiday romance.  I even got special "What Light" hot cocoa!  Be the first to check it out or get on the waiting list if someone beat you to it.  

 

Library Catalog

 
MISSION STATEMENT:
The mission of the Evergreen Campus Library is to educate every student and expect excellence by collaborating with students and staff to provide the resources and technology needed to succeed, and by promoting a love of reading and lifelong learning.

VISITING THE LIBRARY:?
Students may visit the library any time before school, after school, and during their lunch period without a pass. During class time, students must have a signed planner or pass from their teacher to come to the library. It is our expectation that the library’s rules will be followed or students will be returned to class.

CHECKING OUT BOOKS:
Students may borrow as many books as they can personally be responsible for at a time. We do not charge fines for overdue print books; however, if a student has an overdue item, he or she may not check out any more print books until the overdue items are returned.. Print books are considered lost and a replacement cost posted to the student’s permanent record after being overdue 30 or more school days. If a book is returned after being declared lost the fee will be promptly removed from their permanent record. Our eBooks and eAudiobooks are available at all times, regardless of overdue or lost books on a student's record.
 
Item TypeLoan Period
Books15 school days 
Reference, Textbooks, DVD/VideosOvernight Only
 
Need to check your fines at the district level? Here is how to do that! 
Checking your Fines

Contact

Evergreen Campus Library
830 SW 116th St.
Seattle, WA 98146

Teacher-Librarian
 
Library Technician
 
206.631.6233
 
Library Hours:
 
Monday-Thursdays:
 7:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
 
Fridays:
7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
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