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Mission and GoalsThe mission and goals of the OLOM School Library are in accordance with the standards and guidelines set forth in Standards and Guidelines For Library Media Programs In Louisiana Schools. Our mission is to provide the resources and materials as well as instruction in their use, which will support and enhance the instructional program of the school and serve the needs of the school community. Our goal is to establish and maintain a collection with a wide range of educational materials on all levels of difficulty, with diversity of appeal, allowing for the presentation of many points of view. Policies and Procedures
Kindergarten and First Grade students are allowed to check out one book. Second through Eight Grade students are allowed to check out two books. This limit can be changed for special projects. Books are checked out for two weeks and may be renewed twice. Magazines can be checked out for one week. Magazines may only be checked out by students in Second Grade or higher. Reference materials may not be checked out. Students must return overdue books before checking out another one. Overdue notices will be sent home on a regular basis until the overdue book is returned. Overdue fines are not charged. Damaged items should be returned immediately for evaluation/repair. Students will be billed for library items that have been lost or damaged.
The library is open from 7:30 AM to 3:20 PM daily. Students in Fifth through Eighth Grades may use the library before school from 7:30 AM to 7:45 AM with teacher permission, during scheduled class time and after school until 3:20 PM. Pre-Kindergarten through Fourth Grade students attend library class once a week. Fifth through Eighth Grade students have a flexible library schedule visiting the library as needed or when scheduled by the teacher or librarian.