Library Hours or Schedule
7:00 AM-2:30 PM
The Woods Cross High School Library will work to create and foster an academic community where all stakeholders are empowered to effectively, creatively and responsibly access and utilize needed information and diverse ideas in an endeavor to prepare them for success in a democratic society.
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Woods Cross High School Library
Procedures and Guidelines 2022-2023
Updated September 8, 2022
Materials are selected for the Woods Cross High Library for the purposes of meeting the curriculum needs of the school and the individual reading needs of the students. All of the school’s stake holders (parents, students, teachers etc.) are encouraged to offer suggestions on materials they feel should be acquired by the library with the understanding that their requests will be evaluated by the School Library Committee before any acquisition will be made. For more information on the selection policy go to Section 1 of 4I-202 School Library Media Centers.
Materials that are selected for the purpose of promoting recreational reading are done so in a manner to meet the very diverse needs of the school’s patrons (students, teachers etc.) in a high school setting. Consequently, the materials contained within the library cover many different maturity levels. Students and parents are encouraged to evaluate the appropriateness of the materials based on their individual standards, so that they can check out and access materials that best suit them. If any individual wants to have a material removed from circulation, please see Section 3 in the 4I-202 School Library Media Centers
In an effort to maintain an attractive library with quality resources, the Woods Cross High School Media Center under the direction of the School Library Committee periodically evaluates its materials for the purpose of removing and or replacing any materials from the collection that do not meet its standards. Materials are selected for weeding for the following reasons: outdated or inaccurate information, poor condition, encourages negative stereotypes or biases, is superseded by more current information, or it is not being used by teachers or students. Weeded materials will be processed as per District Guidelines, which can be found in Section 2 in the 4I-202 School Library Media Centers.
All donations must be made through the Davis Education Foundation (Foundation). In donating through the Foundation, the donor may identify the specific school or schools the donor wishes to receive the book(s) materials.
School Library Committee:
Each school shall form a School Library Committee (School Committee) which includes an odd number of members not less than 5 people. The School Committee shall include: [a] the Librarian who serves as chair of the School Committee; [b] a school administrator; and [c] a minimum of three parents with standing.
The School Library Committee will review all material selections for the library and no materials will be added without their approval Section 1.
-Students can check out up to 2 books at a time.
-Students cannot check out reference books or videos. However, faculty and staff can check out these materials.
-Students can only check out materials under their account.
-Students have 21 days to return library materials.
-Students can renew materials up to 3 times.
-Due dates for library materials are stamped on the back.
-A parent or parents can restrict their children from checking out any materials they find to be inappropriate.
-Students will be assessed a fine for any overdue materials: $.10 per day. The maximum fine for a late book is $5.00.
-Students who do not return library materials will be charged the replacement cost for that material.
-Students are expected respect and to take good care of all library materials.
-All fines must be paid in the office. No fine money will be accepted in the library.
-Students with excessive fines will not be allowed to check out more materials.
-Students with unpaid fines and or missing books at the end of the year are subject to further administrative action.
Suggestions for student conduct in the library:
-Students are expected to show respect to each other and to the facilities in the library.
-Students who want to access the library during class time must have a note from their teacher giving them permission to do so.
-Students are expected to finish all of their food or drink prior to entering the library.
-Students are expected to comply with all school policies while in the library.
-If you have any issues locating materials, please ask the library media teacher for assistance.
-7:15 AM-7:25 AM-Library available before school
-7:30 AM-12:15 PM-Class time.
-12:00 PM-12:50 PM-Lunch
-12:55 PM-2:20 PM: Class time.
-2:20 PM-2:30 PM Library available after school
Late Start Schedule
-7:15 AM-9:20 AM: Staff meetings, the library will not be available at this time.
-11:35 AM-12:20 PM-Lunch
-12:25 PM-2:20 PM-Class time.
-2:20 PM-2:30 PM Library available after school
2021 WX Library Bookmark Contest
What is it?
-The WXHS Library will be holding a bookmark design contest.
-The top 3 selections will have their designs be the official bookmarks for the WXHS Library. In addition, the top selection will have their design made into a promotional poster.
-The entries will be voted on by the students and faculty.
-All submissions must be submitted electronically by Wednesday, October 13th via email to Zachary Hansen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
-The top 3 selections will be announced on Wildcat TV.
-Submissions must be 2” wide by 8” long in JPEG, PNG or PDF format.
-Your design must incorporate the theme “Libraries are for Everyone”. However, you are not to use the actual words from the theme in your design.
-Your design must be wholly original and may not be derived in any way from an already existing design.
-All design submissions will be reviewed before being allowed into the contest.
The Library Media DESK focuses and prioritizes the reading and information literacy skills that students need to know and be able to use to help them read and research effectively in all subjects and with a variety of technologies.
Wednesday, October 12, 2022 – There will be an informational meeting about Sterling Scholars at 2:30 in the library for students who are interested.
Wednesday, November 2, 2022 – Sterling Scholar applications and disclosures are due.
Friday, November 18, 2022 – Sterling scholar selections will be announced.
Tuesday, November 22, 2022-Mandatory meeting for all Sterling Scholar nominees at 2:30 in the library.
Applicants, fill out these forms, print them up, and turn them into the appropriate people:
Sterling Scholar Application - Turn this into the appropriate department heads.
Sterling Scholar Disclosure- Turn this into Zach Hansen in the library.
Saturday, Aug. 14 Premier Invite Cottonwood Complex -SLC
Thursday, Aug. 19 Pre-Region Layton Commons Park
Saturday, Aug. 28 Jordan Invite Jordan High School
Wednesday, Sept. 1 Woods Cross Mills Park
Friday, Sept. 10 Murray Invitational Murray City Park
Thursday, Sept. 16 Pre-State Invitational Rose Park Sports Complex-SLC
Friday and Saturday Sept. 24-25 Bob Firman Boise, Idaho
Wednesday, Sept. 29 Davis District Layton Commons Park
Wednesday, Oct. 6 Region Layton Commons Park
Wednesday, Oct. 13 Divisionals Lakeside Park-Orem
Wednesday, Oct. 27 State Championships Rose Park Sports Complex-SLC
Sam Wood, Zach Hansen, Jessica Gibbs
Physical Form: https://www.uhsaa.org/forms/forma.pdf
We are currently promoting back to school books. All books on display primarily take place in high school.
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