Welcome to the Bellflower Middle/High School Library/Media Page!
Library General Information and Rules
- Library is open 7:00am until 4:30pm including lunch & snack.When entering the library with your class, first sit at the tables and await your teacher’s/librarian’s instructions.
- Books may be checked out for a four-week period. If you need to renew a book, you need to bring it into the library to do so. Do not put it in the book slot if you want to renew it.
- You may have up to three library books at one time, but only one book of a series (i.e. Harry Potter, Chronicles of Narnia, etc.)
- You may NOT check out library material if you have anything overdue (text or library).
- If you have books to return, drop them in the return slot in the counter as you enter.
- Do not wait until the last minute to print your work or bring your book to the counter for check out. The library does not write late passes.
- Do not come to the library during passing period. The library does not write late passes.
- The library is not a playground. There is never an excuse for running around in the library. You will be asked to sit down until the period is over if you are caught running or playing.
- Always use a “library voice”.
- All school rules are fully in force in the library. This includes dress code, use of cell phones, etc.
- You may print your assigned projects in black-and-white or color at no cost.
- You should save all your work (on a memory stick for best security).
Did you know the Library also has magazines?
Sports Illustrated, Game Informer, Smithsonian, National Geographic, Popular Science, Popular Mechanic, and Teen Vogue!!
Need to do Research for a Class Assignment or Project?
This website provides access to Science and Mathematics information, such as: articles, clip art, images, video clips, virtual labs, and math interactives.
Discovery Education Website:
This website provides access to thousands of History, Science, and English articles as well as hundreds of pro & con questions and answers for current/hot topics in the media; information about government agencies and current issues, and art and culture material.
8:30am - 4:30pm
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Mr. William Hiser, Librarian
Ms. Judy Barenchi, Library Clerk