Returning Library Books
If you wre unable to drop your library books off during our May 6-8 drop off windows, you will have another opportunity to drop them off on Tuesday, May 19th. 6th and 7th Grade pickup & drop off times are from 9a.m-12p.m & 8th grade begins at 1:00.
Welcome to the Creek Valley Middle School Library
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- Every student is uniquely capable and deserves to be challenged each day.
- Uninhibited learning depends on a safe, nurturing, inclusive and flexible environment.
- An educated citizenry is essential for equal opportunity and a prosperous society.
- Meaningful and relevant work engages students in profound learning.
- Critical thinking and problem solving today are necessary for students to be equipped for future challenges.
- Genuine transformation requires disruptive innovation.
- Education is the shared responsibility of the community.
All of our students enjoy thriving, productive lives in a future they create.
Students, staff and community design and implement a learning organization that provides engaging, innovative experiences every day.
- Provide all learners with safe, nurturing, inclusive and flexible learning environments. (Digital Learning Environment)
- Engage learners through the use of technological tools to access, create and share content as well as collaborate with other learners throughout the world. (Digital Learning Environment)
- Reframe state readiness standards in a way that leads to profound learning and has meaning and value for students. (Learning Standards)
- Create flexible systems that result in a learning organization supported by innovative and engaged staff. (Organizational Transformation)
- Continuously involve our diverse community, staff and students to use their strengths, resources and talents to provide engaging, innovative experiences for all learners. (Partnership)
- Develop and implement meaningful, varied assessments that inform and inspire students and educators for continuous improvement and growth in a way that transforms learning and teaching. (Assessments)
- Design an accountability system that transcends state/national mandates and reflects local values and expectations. (Accountability)
The Library is open from 8:20 - 4:20.
Students may come in before school begins during these hours for quiet reading, studying, book exchange or computer use for school assignments.
STUDENT CHECK OUT POLICY
Books may be checked out for two weeks.
Books may be renewed as many times as needed unless there is a hold on the book.
Students are encouraged to return books by the due date so that other students may also enjoy the books. If a book is lost, check with the librarian about cost and replacement process. Take care of our books so more people can enjoy them.