Armstrong Library Elementary
Library Book Due Dates
Library books are checked out by students each week. They are always due the following week on the class’s library check out day. Below are the days when each class’s books are due.
Mondays – Ms. Adamo, Ms. Turner, Mrs. Rysavy, Ms. Moeller (IC), Mrs. Simms, Ms. Klimisch, and Mrs. King
Tuesdays – Mrs. Noonan, Mrs. Sarley, Ms. Christensen, and Ms. Whipple
Wednesdays – Mr. Sun, Mr. Blaszko, Mrs. Faso, and Mrs. Paradise
Thursdays – Ms. Reid, Ms. Todd, Mrs. Blakely, Ms. Moeller (1st Grade), and Ms. Harris
Fridays – Mr. Tribble, Ms. Balogh, Mrs. Rengers, Ms. Voy, and Mrs. Maciel
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Our next Scholastic Order is due Friday, May 18th. If you are interested in ordering, click here to order books from Scholastic.
Our classroom code is GMQX7. The teacher name is Tina Mielke.
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Welcome to the Armstrong Library! Students will be able to start checking out books on August 28th. We have lots of new and exciting titles for all grade levels! Below are some of our policies.
Each week students get to check out a book from our library. Students in Kindergarten are allowed to check out one book each week. Students in first and second grade will be able to choose one book each week also, but will then be able to check out two books beginning in January. Students in third through sixth grade are allowed to check out two books each week. Books are due back to the library one week after being checked out. Students may renew books if they need more time to read them!
We DO NOT charge fines for overdue books. We DO expect students to return books and materials on time. There is a charge for replacement costs for lost or damaged books.
Replacement/Repair Costs for Materials Lost or Damaged
Community Consolidated School District 54 purchases thousands of dollars of instructional materials each year for student use. It is the user’s responsibility to maintain these materials. Therefore, if an item has been lost or damaged/destroyed, an appropriate cost or repair charge will be determined by the principal and billed to the responsible Parent/ Guardian.