ECHS Library Policy 

    • Students are required to have a visible, valid ECHS ID or temporary ID to use the library.
    • The Library is open to students from 7:45 until 4:00 on school days. Students should have a completed blue pass to use the library during class time.
    • 5 Computers are available for use in the library. Students are allowed to print (school work) only from these 5 computers
    • Digital Resources are provided by the district. Access additional information by logging into the library homepage or by contacting Mrs. Worth.
    • Students may check out up to three library books at one time.
    • Books are checked out for 15 school days. Weekend and holidays are not counted.
    • Students may renew books one time online or multiple times at the information desk in the library.
    • Students may place up to 3 books on hold at one time.
    • Late fines of ($.05) 5 cents per day per book are assessed. Late library fines will not exceed $2.00 per book. The assessments of late fines are not meant to keep students from using the library, but to be an incentive for students to return books on time so others will have access to the same books.
    • If a book is lost, any late fines accrued are waived, and the replacement cost of the book is charged.
    • Food and drinks are not allowed in the library. Water bottles are acceptable, but not in the computer area.


    ECHS Library Guidelines 

    Welcome to Early College High School Library. Our goal is to enhance the promote student learning and to support teacher curriculum and instruction. To ensure optimum use of all library materials and preservation of both materials and equipment, please follow the guidelines listed below.

    • Your campus ID card is required for library materials.
    • Librarian is available to the staff for instructional and curriculum support and to assist with the materials housed in the library.
    • To schedule classes for book check-out and/or research, please contact Mrs. Worth so she can put you on the calendar. Library times need to be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance.
    • Students may visit the library during class time with a blue pass. The pass must indicate the purpose of the visit (check out books, research, print, work on…) plus how long they are permitted to stay. The maximum number of students allowed to visit the library from an individual class is 4.
    • The library computers are available for use to print only. Students are only allowed 5 pages to print per day and content needs to be school-related.
    • Students with overdue books or library fines may not check out books until books are returned and fines paid.