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Student Media Center Rules
All books are the property of Cedartown High School School.
Any student in good standing may check out books.
Reference books and audiovisual materials may be used only in the Media Center.
Books may be checked out for two weeks and renewed once.
Students must pay full price for any book lost or damaged.
A student may not check out additional books until reimbursement has been made for lost or damaged items. Overdue fines must be paid before a student will be allowed to check out additonal materials.
Students must handle print and non-print media and equipment with care and exhibit self-controlled conduct in the Library Media Center.
Any student who consistently abuses these rules may lose his/her privilege to check out books or use the Library Media Center for a period of time determined by the Library Media Specialist.