Student Rights and Responsibilities in the Library Media Center (LMC)

The K-6, K-8, and middle school Library Media Centers are open the entire school day plus 15 minutes before the school day starts and 15 minutes after the school day ends.  For high school hours, check the Student Handbook, or the LMC website.  The LMCs provide books, reference materials, and computers for students to use.  Technology is used for school work only.  Teachers schedule library times to bring classes to the LMC, and students may obtain individual passes from their teacher to take advantage of the library resources and space anytime during the school day. 

Books are checked out for up to two weeks, with the option to renew one time (unless the book is on hold by another student.)  Students and parents are financially responsible for any books that are checked out in the student’s name.  No fines are assessed for overdue books in the K-6, K-8, and middle schools, but student’s privileges to check out books will be suspended until the book(s) are returned in good condition.  The DVUSD high schools charge fines for overdue materials, the cost varies by location.  Any lost or damaged items must be paid for before the student will be allowed to borrow more books.  Replacement book(s) are not accepted.  At the end of the school year, if a K-6, K-8, or middle school student still has a book(s) on their library account, the student’s report card will be held in the office or LMC for parents to pick up.  The LMC is open one day after the student’s last day of school.  Refer to the high school Student Handbook for specifics on overdue fines, lost or damaged materials.

Students and parents may access the student’s library account online at:  destiny.dvusd.org Choose the school of attendance, click on Login, and use the student’s DVUSD username and password.  Click on the My Info tab to access the account information.

Boulder Creek High School (BCHS) has a dual purpose library managed by the Maricopa County Library District.  It is open evenings and weekends.  BCHS students need to apply to the Maricopa County Library for a library card, and may access the library website at www.mcldaz.org