School Library/Learning Commons

Limestone Learning Foundation

Within the Library/Resource Centre students will find a wide variety of hard copy and virtual resources. A wide variety of reference resources are also available, including several different sets of encyclopedias, yearbooks, almanacs, and atlases. Students with overdue items will be unable to sign out books until their records have been cleared. Lost books must be replaced at full cost, as determined by staff. Each school also has access to computers that are available for research or project completion.

Library expectations:

  • No food or drinks are allowed in the library (water is acceptable).
  • Students may work collaboratively at desks or computers if they are working on projects, so long as they are not disturbing others who wish to work quietly. If students wish to socialize, they should move to the cafeteria or other appropriate space.
  • Students are welcome to use the computers in their spare periods if the computers have not been signed out for use by a class. Computer use in the library is for curricular pursuits.
  • During the exam period, the Library is a place for quiet study only, and computer use is reserved for those finishing assignments.

The Limestone District School Board is situated on traditional territories of the Anishinaabe & Haudenosaunee.