• Roberts Library Procedures


    1.      Kindergarten, 1st and second grade children have library class once a week.  They should return their books every week, if possible. Third and fourth  grade students also have library once a week--however, they are allowed to keep class project books out for for extended periods of time.

    2.       The amount of books students are allowed to check out depends on the student's grade level.   Younger students in kindergarten and first grade are required  to check out at least one “Easy” book, to encourage reading at appropriate levels. Other grade levels are highly encouraged to check out books on their reading level. 

    3.       Books can also be checked out every day before school, or during school time with the teacher’s permission.  This way, if a child forgets their book on library day or finishes their book, they have another chance to check out books for that week.

    4.      We do not charge fines for overdue books.

    5.      If you think that your child has lost their book, please contact us.  Sometimes it was returned and is on the library shelf, or it could be in the child's classroom.  We will help you locate the book, if possible.

    6.       If a child has one overdue book, they can still check out  books.  If a child has two overdue books, they must return them before they can check more books out.

    7.      Lost library books that remain lost must be paid for by the end of the year.

    8.      We can print out a list of books that your student has out at any time. (This is not a bill.) This helps your child keep track of the books they have checked out.


    If you have any problems, please contact us!  We want your child to have a great library experience, and to learn to love reading!


    Roberts Library





Last Modified on October 1, 2015