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CCHS Summer Reading 2022's bookshelf: read 1 member This year we are reading from the Massachusettes Teen Choice Bok Award list! The list of nominees has been curated by a committee of public librarians, school library media specialists and educators. Teens are invited to read the titles starting now through the summer of 2022 and vote for their favorite books in September! The top teen choices will be announced in October 2022 at the Massachusetts Library Association's Teen Book Summit.
NoodleTools helps you organize all your research needs from start to finish. Create an account or re-validate your old account. If you have any problems or questions email or stop by and talk to any member of the Learning Commons staff. We are here to help!
Students who attended Concord Middle Schools should see Dr. Cicchetti to have their account transferred to CCHS.
Students who attended middle school in Boston or Carlisle will need to create a new account.
To create a new account or revalidate your account enter the school username/password.
Passwords can be found here. Log in using your concordcarlisle.org email address.
Learning Commons Staff
Dr. Cicchetti Head Librarian (email@example.com)
Passes are limited and available on a first come, first serve basis
Academic work must be in evidence
Students are required to sign in/out for attendance purposes
Check out up to 10 books at a time, more if you need them for a project
Sit in chairs, not the laps of others
School-wide policy: Food, drinks, and snacks in the cafeteria only
Be nice to each other, be nice to the librarians. Niceness is contagious
CCHS Learning Commons Policies
The Learning Commons is a technology-rich area devoted to supporting students in meeting the school goals and learning expectations for 21st -century skills. Students have full access to web-based coursework, as well as a full production media lab for multimedia productions. Librarians are always on hand to support student work, research, and digital projects, help solve issues with various student accounts and facilitate learning.
The Learning Commons Department web page is designed to provide 24/7 support for students when and where they work. Embedded tutorials help answer questions, and the librarian is available via email for specific student questions.
THE LIBRARY COLLECTION
The CCHS Library has an extensive collection of print, e-book, database and audio resources. Students have access to a wide range of databases that provide full access to periodicals, newspapers and scholarly research material. Librarians are always available to support students in research activities. The fiction and graphic novel collections are extensive and developed to support curriculum assigned reading and to foster a love of reading.
COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY
Students wishing to obtain Community Service hours may do so by working in the Learning Commons. Students may volunteer as a level 1 teaching assistant which involves helping the librarians with small projects, circulation, attendance, and keeping the LC tidy. If you are interested in volunteering in the Learning Commons, please speak with a librarian.
Courtesy to one and all
Students in directed study are required to sign in and out for attendance purposes
No food or drink, as per school-wide policy
The LC gets crowded and students may have to wait for access
Technology use is expected to be consistent with the CCHS Guidelines of Acceptable Use
Students may lose privileges if there are problems with attendance or behavior
CHECKING OUT MATERIAL
All material leaving the library MUST be checked out. Student may check out up to 10 books at a time. The materials must be returned in 3 weeks. Material may be renewed if another student does not reserve them.
OVERDUE & LATE FEES
Overdue Notices will be sent out by student email.
LOST OR DAMAGED ITEMS
Students are charged a replacement cost for lost and/or damaged material.