Welcome to the Minico Library. We encourage active study and exploration of all the resources in the library. Our mission is to support and enrich the curriculum of Minico High School. To do so, we attempt to provide access to current, adequate, and appropriate information resources, and to ensure that all students, teachers, and staff members are effective users of ideas and information. The library provides many services and resources. If you need help, please ask. Please respect the needs of others and follow the rules below. Thanks for your help. We hope to see you often.
Staff: Remember, we are here to help you!
Mrs. Catmull, Librarian Kris Christensen , Library Assistant
Library Hours: 7:45 - 3:30
Services: What we do for you
Provide instruction and help in the use of information, materials, and equipment.
Provide a quiet, attractive, and friendly place for study.
Provide help and resources for assignments and personal information needs.
Provide books for recreational or pleasure reading.
Purchase books, materials, and equipment to support MHS educational goals.
Resources: What we have for you
In print: Books, magazines, newspapers and reference materials.
Electronic: Library books catalog, reference databases, Internet resources, and encyclopedias.
Word Processing, database/spreadsheets, and presentation software.
Equipment: Copy machine, binding machine, laminator, Ellison letter maker, and scanner. (Some require a fee for materials.)
Procedures: To keep the library running smoothly
Regular book checkout period is three weeks, which coincides with grading periods. The fine for overdue books is ten cents a day.
If you have an overdue book, you cannot check out any library materials.
Magazines can be checked out for one week. Overdue magazines will have a fine of ten cents a day.
You may have a total of four items checked out at the same time.
All lost items must be paid for.
Please allow time to check out library material. If you wait until the last minute before the bell, you may be late for class.
Rules: What you can do to make the library a better place for everyone
Speak quietly and behave in a manner consistent with study.
During class time you must have a pass to use the library.
Leave your backpack by the door.
Food, candy, and drinks are not allowed in the library.
Follow the rules for using the computers and the Internet.
- Remember to check out materials before leaving the library.