- Students may keep consumable texts and workbooks. Consumable texts include perforated pages or lines for writing. Non-consumable books are assigned to students by numbers. 5th through 12th grade non-consumables are checked out through the program “Destiny” managed by the Media Center.
- Grades 6-12 will have most of their books online and only class sets available. Students may print out pages as needed from online books, buy on ebay, or check out a class copy when available. Teachers need to keep a log of all books checked out to students and keep record of the condition of the book.
- School property books must have a book cover. Self-adhesive covers damage books and should not be used. Books with adhesive covers and those using tape will be assessed at full cost for book damages. Book covers should be placed on books the first week of class. At the beginning of second semester, books should be checked and recovered if needed.
- When a book is issued, the teacher should indicate the condition of the book inside the book’s front cover. When the book is returned, the teacher should check its condition and list any damage fees on the withdrawal form or appropriate close-of-school forms. Parents will be charged accordingly.
- Students should check the Lost and Found for missing books. Found materials are displayed regularly and should be checked by all students.
- AP students may be required to buy supplementary materials like study guides or novels.
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