Information and Learning Center
Regular Hours of Operation
7 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
7 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. (Days 1 & 2)
7 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. (Day 3)
7:15 a.m. - 1 p.m. during summer school
Early Closing Dates
3:30 p.m. the day before Thanksgiving
Visiting the ILC - Students
Passes: Students may visit the ILC during a study hall with a pass. Passes must be obtained by one of your academic teachers, not your study hall teacher. Stamp your pass in the time clock as you enter and leave the ILC. Once you are in the ILC on a pass, you must remain in the ILC. If you need to leave the facility for any reason, please speak to an adult.
Library Card/Student ID: Your student ID serves as your library card for checking out all materials and technologies.
Visiting the ILC - Teachers and Classes
Classes visiting the ILC need to be arranged in advance. Request ILC time from our online scheduler. Sign up for ILC time as soon as possible, especially if reserve materials are necessary for a project. Send a copy of the assignment to either Jami Lopez or Toni Gorman before your scheduled class meets in the ILC. Classes with subs cannot be accommodated. The regular classroom teacher must be present for any class visit.
Overdue or Lost Materials, and Fines
Students having overdue or lost materials, or unpaid fines will not be permitted to check out any additional materials until they have taken care of this obligation.
- Fines on overdue books and magazines are 10 cents per day. For reference and reserve books, the fine is 50 cents per day. iPods and e-Readers have overdue fines of $1 per day. These fines are cut in half if paid when the materials are returned.
- Overdue Notices are emailed directly to student email accounts on a weekly basis. After several notices, a letter and bill is sent home to parents or guardians.
- Lost materials: Students will be charged the replacement cost of a lost item.
Respect your peers’ learning
a. Students must be working to use the ILC
b. Keep your voice at a respectful noise level
c. Respect everyone’s right to accomplish study and work goals
d. Turn off cell phone ringers
Snack and drink carefully
a. Food and covered drinks are allowed
b. Place all trash in receptacles
c. Please, no cafeteria trays, greasy foods, foods that require utensils or food that spills easily
d. Beverages and containers must have covers
Respect your ILC facility
a. Return text books, laptops, and iPads to designated areas
b. One student per seat
c. Keep feet off furniture
d. Report broken or missing items
e. Return furniture to its proper place
f. Keep the facility clean
Reserve breakout rooms
a. Doors remain open
b. Rooms are available on a reserved basis only
c. Media rooms are to be used for collaborative projects or class work
To serve the students and staff of Stevenson High School by supporting the curriculum and life-long learning. In order to realize our mission our goals include:
- To provide resources that support the curriculum and that stimulate intellectual curiosity.
- To provide instruction in information literacy, striving for independent use and knowledge of available resources.
- To work with faculty to develop resource-based curriculum assignments and specific lessons.