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Old Town High School Library

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ABOUT YOUR LIBRARY

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Mission Statement

The Old Town High School Library’s mission is to create a library environment where students can successfully find information and ideas for their educational and recreational needs. The library provides access to resources, both physically and virtually, that support the curriculum and ensure that students become life-long learners and develop the information literacy skills necessary to be successful in the 21st century.

Annual Reports

Each year the library publishes an annual report highlighting the usage of all our resources, whether in the library or virtually. The school library plays a vital role in the education of students, providing the supplementary resources they need to succeed in school and in the 21st century.

Library Hours

Monday 7:30 - 3:00

Tuesday 7:30 - 3:00

Wednesday 7:30 - 3:00

Thursday 7:30 - 3:00 

Friday 7:30 - 2:40

The library is open for student and staff use during the hours listed above. The library may be closed periodically to study hall students to accommodate a class coming to the library. Please check the 
library calendar.
 
Your Library Media Specialist
 
Mrs. Jennifer Stone
Old Town High School
203 Stillwater Avenue
Old Town, ME 04468
207.827.3910 x222
jennifer.stone@rsu34.org

Library Services

LIBRARY SERVICES

Borrowing
  • Books may be borrowed for 3 weeks.
  • There is no limit on the number of books you may check out.
  • Videos and DVD's may be borrowed for 1 week.
  • Magazines may be borrowed for 1 week, except the current issue which is for library use only.
  • There are NO fines for overdue materials. Please return materials in a timely fashion so that everyone can enjoy them.

Library Use

  • Remember to bring a pass to come to the library.
  • The library is a place for learning, reading, and collaborating....what interests you?
  • Having a hard time finding something online? I can help you find it.
  • Can I help you find a book or magazine to read?
  • Please use your digital devices quietly. Texting is ok if you are in the library for study hall (no phone calls please), but you need to respect your teachers rules if you are in the library with a class.
  • Food & drink may be consumed in the library but please remember to clean up.

Computer Use

  • Please refer to the RSU#34 policy Student Computer and Internet Use Rules.
  • Please do not change computer settings.
  • Please print only when needed. We live in a digital world, many things can be saved to your Google Bookmarks, Documents, etc. so lets save some trees.
Please note, inappropriate behavior or use of computers may result in disciplinary action and/or loss of library privileges.

 

Looking for a book?

Mrs. Stone is here to help you find the perfect book to read! Don't forget to check out the library blog for news, updates, and recommended books.

Interlibrary Loan

Can't find the book you need for your project. We can borrow books from other libraries. Check these online catalogs to see if what you are looking for is available in another Maine library.

Library Instruction

Do your students need to learn how to use our databases, MLA, or researching tips, then schedule your classes for a visit to the library.