School Related Projects, Papers, Essays, ect ............First 3 pages are free.
Personal Copies (or any copies after the first 3)......10 cents a page.
Monday & Wednesdays -- Math Tutoring: 2:30-3:30
To place a hold, contact one of the aides at the front desk or create an account in our library search (see circulation desk for details).
You will be called down via the intercom when the book is in (so listen for your name.)
Student Book Requests
Write down the title of a book you want the library to purchase (in the binder at the circulation desk). You can also write down a general subject term.
Books will be purchased as soon as possible; the person requesting the book will get first dibs on the book.
Films/Videos --A list of videos that were purchased for Riverton High to enhance your curriculum.
More videos are available from the district. Click here to link to the district video catalog.
Mini Lessons in library research,
online database use, web evaluation & use, citation instruction, media literacy, plagiarism, Internet search strategies, and the Big6 research strategies.
Scheduling the Library.
Resource Subject Guides for research assignments (new this year, see Miles for details.)
Setting up a non-circualting Reserve Collection - used only in the library during your research (again new this year, see Miles for details).
Collection Development suggestions.
Technology Support -- not as much as help as Mr. Cox can provide, but I can help trouble shoot problems with multimedia projectors, VCRs and DVD players.
Old Magazines (limited supply) for class projects. Click here to see a list of the current magazines.
Copy Center -- please give 24 hour notice for all copies. Services include lamination, cutting, die cuts, and 3-hole punch.
Apperson Test Grading Machine --There is one in the faculty room and one in the back work room of the library.
Paper supply--we have poster board, construction paper, and butcher paper for your classroom needs.
Contact Ms. Miles at ext. 5876 or 5845 for any of the above services.
"Knowledge is free at the library, just bring your own container." -- Anonymous