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The library staff is available to assist with
- Research assignments
- Class assignments
- Reading recommendations
- Technology related to completing school assignments
- Reserving materials
- Requesting materials from other LPS schools
- Reference questions
- Students may use the Library/Media Center on their unscheduled hours for studying individually or in small groups.
- The intensive study area is designated as a quiet area where students can work individually.
- Computers are available for school assignments.
- Food and drink are not allowed in the Library or Computer Labs.
- Students are expected to be courteous to one another and to the Library staff.
- To check out materials, students must show their school I.D. cards.
Electronic devices use policy for the library
- The main reason the LPS Pod Net exists is to permit students to have access to online resources in order to be successful in school.
- When using your electronic device (such as iPods, MP3 players, cell phones, laptop computers) please be respectful to not distract others or call attention to yourself.
- Examples of distractive behavior or use include, but are not limited to:
- Talking on your cell phone
- Allowing your cell phone to ring or vibrate (it should always be set to silent while in the library or a classroom)
- Playing your iPod, MP3 player, music device so that others can hear it
- Talking to others in a loud voice because you are listening to your iPod, MP3 player, music device, etc.
- Multiple students together playing a game on their graphing calculator, cell phone, laptop computer, etc.
- Multiple students together viewing a video for entertainment
- Playing a video on your laptop without using earphones
Internet Opt-Out Policy
Student use of the Internet for purposes of research and retrieval of current information related to curricular content areas is a generally accepted practice and is considered an essential instructional tool, thus it comes under the opt-out category. Littleton Public Schools uses a district-wide filtering service. If a student/parent decides that the Internet should not be used as an instructional/learning tool, the student/parent may pick up and complete an Internet Opt-Out Form in the Arapahoe High School Library Media Center. It is the responsibility of the student to notify his/her teachers that he/she cannot use the Internet for class assignments. It is also the responsibility of the student to refrain from using the Internet at Arapahoe High School.