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Casita maintains a large library of fiction and non-fiction books.  Students in grades 1-5 check out books during their regularly scheduled classroom visit when the importance of being a responsible library patron is stressed through the learning of basic library skills.  Students must return books on time and in good condition in order to check out a new one.  Both parents and students can check out materials after school on  Wednesdays between 3:00 - 3:30pm.



Casita students have access to technological tools for research and exploration. These include an on-line card catalog which is networked allowing the student to access the library collection, on-line tele-communication services, electronic encyclopedias and checkout system. Computers are available for student use. Internet access allows students to use the internet as a resource under adult supervision.



Whether your child is five years old or seventeen years old, you might want to review the following guidelines for Internet Safety with them:

  • Talk with an adult to set up rules for going online: time of day, how long, and appropriate areas to visit.
  • Tell an adult right away if you find information that makes you feel uncomfortable.
  • Be a good "online" citizen; do nothing to hurt others or against the law.
  • Never agree to get together with someone you "meet" online without first checking with a parent.
  • Don't give out personal information without your parents permission: name, address, phone, photo, parent's work number, school name or location. Keep information about you and your family private.
  • Do not respond to messages that are mean, or make you feel uncomfortable. Tell an adult right away.



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