1:1 Student Help Center
Are you experiencing difficulties with your L-S issued Chromebook?
Stop by the library to get assistance. Fill out a trouble ticket and drop your Chromebook off in the library for repairs by the L-S IT Dept.
Is your Chromebook in for repairs? Did you forget your Chromebook?
Stop by the library to borrow a loaner Chromebook for the day.
Is your Chromebook carrying case damaged or falling apart?
No problem--the library has replacements available. Stop by anytime.
Need to borrow a pair of headphones?
The library has headphones available for checkout.
The library has a copier available for student use. There is currently no charge to make copies. Copies should be for educational purposes.
The library participates in the Access PA program, which allows students to borrow books from other libraries throughout the state. This is a free service for students. Borrowing periods for these materials vary. Search the Access PA catalog to browse materials at: accesspa.powerlibrary.org. Contact library staff to request books from other libraries.
The library is a printing hub for the school in the 1:1 environment. Four printing stations are provided where can log-in to print needed documents to the printer. Printing is available free of charge to students and should be for educational purposes only.
Most materials may be checked out from the library.
Borrowing periods are:
-General Collection: 3 weeks
-Interlibrary loan materials: Varies
Items can be renewed for an additional 3 week checkout. Students wishing to have items renewed should contact library staff. You need not bring the item to the circulation desk in order to renew it.
If an item you wish to borrow is currently checked out by another student, you may place on hold on the item and the library will hold it for you when it is returned. Students may log-in to the library catalog and place their own individual holds on Martin Meylin items. Students may also contact library staff to place a hold.
A replacement fee will be charged for library materials that are lost or are damaged beyond repair. Charges assessed will be in accordance with policies outlined in the student handbook.
Collection Development Policy
Items are added to the library collection in accordance with Lampeter-Strasburg School Board Policy 109 - Resource Materials.
Media Center Materials Weeding Policy
In order to maintain a collection of materials within the framework of the philosophy of the Lampeter-Strasburg School district selection procedure and within the physical restraints of the school media center, the following criteria for maintaining the collection has been established.
Definition: Weeding is the process of withdrawing materials from the collection that are no longer suitable for use. It is a continuous process; however, special attention is given during the annual inventory. Weeding is completed by the library staff with the help of school faculty who are consulted as needed.
- Poor physical condition and repair/mending would be futile.
- Content is inaccurate, obsolete, or misleading.
- Material has been superseded by new or revised material.
- Material has not circulated within a selected time period.
- Duplicates whose material is no longer in demand.
- Material may no longer reflect the curriculum.