Many exciting things happen in the TdS library.  There are always new opportunities to get to know famous authors, explore exciting new books...and of course don't forget the TdS computer lab!
    Mrs. Yakes will help you to choose a book that fits your interest.
    Our librarian

    Mrs. Yakes our school Library diva!

    Library Hours:
    The Library Media Center is open before school at 7:20 a.m. until the passing bell.  Students may check out / return books, take Accelerated Reader tests or do quiet study. 
    Check-out Procedures:
    Students must have their student ID card to check out materials from the library.  Library books may be checked out for two weeks with a maximum of 3 books.  If a student has any overdue materials, they may not check out books until the overdue books are returned/renewed.  Textbooks are checked out at the beginning of the school year for students to have at home.  These books are to remain at home and not to be carried back and forth. Text books are checked in at the end of the school year.
    Overdue Materials:
    Any student failing to return any library materials by the date stamped on the item is considered to have overdue materials.  That student will not be able to check out any other materials until those overdue items are returned.  If the problem persists you could become ineligible for school activities.
    Internet Access:
    The Library Media Center has computer workstations available for student use.  Students MUST have their student ID card displayed with the appropriate sticker to access the Internet.  Students obtain the sticker after a parent/guardian signs the Internet Use Agreement form ( given to students at the beginning of the school year).  Every computer has word processing capabilities as well as a typing tutor program and other educational games.  School related printing is available for 10 cents per page.
    Accelerated Reader:
    Students participate in the Accelerated Reader program through their Language Arts classes.  This is a computerized program to monitor student reading. Students may choose from over 1,300 different book titles to read and take quizzes to earn points and improve their reading skills.
Last Modified on June 1, 2010