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Book Madness
It's that time again! Book Madness 2021: Shelf vs. Screen. This year's match up tries to answer an age old question. Which was better...the book or the movie? Make your choices and submit your digital bracket by March 7th. Round 1 voting will begin on March 8th.  Winners will be announced April 12th and receive an Amazon gift card & bragging rights.  https://forms.gle/PfNWcdV62C9qzWGp8
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Librarian Hours:

Monday - Friday:  
7:50 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.
 
Extended Library Hours: 
Due to COVID and the adjusted schedule, there are no extended hours at this time. If you need to check out materials, please follow the directions in the Library Take Out video.
 
Normally, the library will remain open until 3:45 p.m. four days a week for tutoring. Students need not take advantage of tutoring in order to stay until closing. If a teacher assigned to tutor cancels tutoring and no alternate is available, the library will close at 2:45 p.m.  On half days and/or days before a holiday or vacation, the library will close at dismissal time.

Library Staff:
Ms. Sarah Domick, Library Media Specialist
908-852-8150  x249
 

Tutoring:

Due to COVID and the adjusted schedule, there is no tutoring in the library at this time. Virtual tutoring will be offered instead.  See schedule for details.

Afterschool Tutoring Schedule

Normally starting in October, the library would be open Monday - Friday after school for tutoring purposes and/or library usage from 2:50pm to 3:50pm (except on days of Faculty Meetings or Early Dismissals - on those days the library will close at dismissal).  The program will be held throughout the year with exception of any day prior to a vacation or on half days, on those days the library will close at dismissal. 

 
 

Checking Out Books:

Due to COVID and the adjusted schedule, there are no extended hours at this time. If you need to check out materials, please follow the directions in the Library Take Out video.

Students may check-out up to 5 books at one time.  The student ID serves as library card. Fines of 5¢per day are assigned to books that are overdue.  Students are responsible for the materials they checkout and will be billed if a book is lost or damaged.  Browse the Library OPAC to find books for pleasure or for a class assignment.