The Parkview School District Access to Technology Resources Consent Form MUST BE SIGNED and ON FILE in the LMC before any student can use the Internet at Parkview, and before any student’s name and graduation date, photo, art work and/or writing can be included on the web page for the Parkview School District.
Books can be checked out for two weeks and renewed for two more weeks if no one has requested the book. Reference books cannot be checked out. Books that are lost or damaged need to be paid for at the replacement cost. If a book is found within six weeks, the money will be refunded to the student’s parents.
The Parkview LMC is an affiliate member of the Arrowhead Library System. As a member, the LMC can request books through interlibrary loan from other libraries. Requests should be made with a lead time of at least two weeks so the books are here when needed for a report or reading assignment. The Arrowhead van stops on Monday and Wednesday afternoons to deliver and pick-up books. Students can return books from other libraries to the Parkview LMC and they will be returned to the appropriate library.
Recycling Ink-Jet and Laser Printer Cartridges and Cell Phones:
If you have old ink-jet and/or laser printer cartridges, please consider bringing them to Parkview for recycling. Not only will we receive points for acquiring new technology, we will also be doing our part for the environment. We also recycle cell phones. We have cartons with pre-paid postage to send them to a company that will recycle these cartridges. Please join us in keeping these items out of our landfills. Thank you.
School Libraries and Academic Achievement:
School library programs contribute to student academic success. Parkview was one of the five case studies of best practice programs. Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction 2006 Library Media Study.