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Goddard High School Library  

2019-2020

 

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      ”Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.”- Albert Einstein

 

 

HOW TO ACCESS YOUR LIBRARY ACCOUNT:

 

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  • Open the internet and go to http://library.goddardusd.com
  • Choose Goddard High School
  • Log in (top right corner of screen)
    • Username and password are BOTH  your GHS ID number (the # you use to access the computer and printers)
  • Click My Info tab –  in the top left corner.
  • All materials you have check out are listed,including the date you checked it out in the far right colum
  • Log out when you are finished!

 

 

Want to search the USD 265 district online catalog for awesome books to read?

This will take you to the GHS Library Catalog Home Page:  FOLLETT DESTINY LIBRARY CATALOG

 

 

 

Goddard High School Library Textbook Form

Click on the books:

Textbooks

 

 

GHS Library Policies

 The Goddard High Library is open from 7:15 A.M. until 3:05 P.M. Monday through Thursday and from 7:15 A.M. until 3 P.M. on Fridays. The library is also open on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00 until 8:00 P.M. for Night Library.

     During class periods, a student must have a pass from his/her teacher to be in the library. Students must be signed in and show the teacher’s pass. Additionally, students should sign in to the library when they arrive and sign out when they leave.

     Students are not allowed in the library during lunch period unless they have special permission from a teacher.

     Check out period for items from the Goddard High Library is two weeks (unless otherwise noted). Regular checkout library materials that are not returned on time will be assessed a late fee of 5¢ per day. There is a $2.00 maximum fee per item. Students are not allowed to check out any materials if they have a fine of $10.00 or more.

     Any items that are not returned must be paid for at replacement cost.

 

GHS Textbook Policies

     Students are responsible for the care and preservation of all textbooks and instructional materials checked out to them.  The materials checked out to a student at Goddard High School are the property of the Goddard Unified School District.  The school offers to the students a complete textbook rental program.  The following policies regarding the textbooks and instructional materials are intended to be guidelines to prevent loss and ensure that textbooks are maintained in good condition.

     Textbooks are issued by the barcode system and records are kept of all textbooks and instructional materials issued to students.

     At GHS we strive to provide textbooks that are in good condition for all of our students.  PLEASE inspect your books as soon as they are given to you and report anything of concern immediately to the librarian.

     It is the students' responsibility to return textbooks in good, usable condition with the barcode still attached to the book at the end of the school year or each semester for single semester subjects or when dropping/changing classes.

     Students are asked not to write, underline, or highlight in textbooks or other instructional materials, including novels checked out for English classes.

     Additional textbooks will not be issued to those students who are dropping/changing classes until their book for the dropped class has been returned.  Additional textbooks will not be issued to students with overdue textbooks.

  • Students will be billed for any damages to textbooks that are checked out to them for use at home or books from classroom sets when a teacher submits a bill for damage.
  • Loss or damage beyond repair that prevents the re-issuing of a textbook will result in the responsible student paying the full replacement cost of the textbook.
  • A full refund will be issued for textbooks lost and paid for when returned in good, usable condition.
  • Damage to a textbook that requires repair in order to be re-issued will result in the responsible student paying up to $25.00 in repair costs.
    • A missing barcode from a textbook will result in the responsible student paying $5.00.
    • Any loss, damage beyond repair, or damage requiring repair of a textbook checked out as a classroom set with no student responsible, will result in the department paying the full replacement cost or the repair fee of the textbook.
    • Any deliberate damage to a textbook that is part of a classroom set checked out to a teacher that is directly traceable to a student, needs to be turned in as a discipline referral, and the textbook needs to be turned in to the library for repair fine assessment or replacement fee assessment.

All teachers, seniors, and underclassmen will be required to get the librarian's signature on a check-out sheet to ensure all textbooks and library materials are returned before transferring, graduating, or leaving for the summer.

  • Students not getting the required signature and not returning textbooks that they are responsible for will be assessed the replacement fee for the textbooks.
  • When the textbooks are returned in good, usable condition, the fee assessed will be removed from the student's account or refunded if paid.

The librarian, with administrative approval, reserves the right to make adjustments to the policies to meet specific and unusual circumstances regarding the condition and use of the textbooks.

 

 

Library Hours

Regular School Days  7:15- 3:05 

Night Library – T/TH evenings 6:00- 8:00

 On Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M., members of the GHS faculty offer assistance to students and have open study time in the library computer lab.  If you have any questions, contact Susan Perkins.

 

 

 

Have a paper to write?

Here is access to our research databases:

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The Goddard School District subscribes to the EBSCO host databases (click on hyperlink for on- campus access without login requirements)

To access EBSCO from home/ off campus, please see Mrs. Locke in the library for login information.

 

 

Writing Resources

The Purdue Online Writing Lab

is an all-encompassing, excellent place to visit for rules regarding citation, formatting, annotated bibliography in all formats, whether you need MLA, APA, Chicago, or some other citation style.  

 

 

GHS Pagemasters Book Club

2019-2020

Pagemasters

If you are passionate about YA literature and are looking for a group to have fun conversations about the books you’re reading, join Goddard High School's book club, The Pagemasters! 

Come join us for snacks, laughs, and lots of cool ideas for new books to read!! 

All meetings run on the 1st Wednesday of the month from

2:55 – 3:50

 

Scheduled Meeting Times for 2019-2020:

 

September 4th      –   KICKOFF!!

October 2nd          

November 6th        

December  4th      

January 8th            

February  5th        

March 4th

April 1st 

                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Angie Locke

Classroom Number:
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School Phone:
(316)794-4122

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Contact Angie Locke

Classroom Number:
Library
School Phone:
(316)794-4122