• VISION AND MISSION 

    Vision
    All students access and use information tools for age and grade appropriate tasks.
     

    Mission
    The mission of the SBHS library program is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information so as to empower them to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers, and ethical users of information.

     
     
    VISITING THE LIBRARY  
    Students may visit the library before and after school without a pass. Visits during the school day require passes as follows:
    Study Hall: Students should request a pass from the study hall teacher.
    Lunch: Students should request passes in the library at any time prior to the start of lunches. Students may come to the library at the beginning of the lunch period or after eating  in the cafeteria. Students visiting during lunch should remain in the library until class resumes.
     

    CIRCULATION POLICY

    Books and audiobooks may be checked out for three weeks or renewed for longer periods.  Magazines are checked out for one week.  Reference books may be checked out overnight or longer upon request.  There are no fines charged for overdue materials; however, there is a charge for lost materials. See a librarian for assistance. To view the complete circulation policy, click here.

     

    Also available for students:

    Computers for Internet access and research

    Coin photocopier - 10 cents per page

    Supplies for in-library use (scissors, stapler, hole punch, markers, glue)

    T.A.G Team (Teen Advisory Group) - volunteers assist with library programs

    Literary Luncheons and Book Chats