- GS Library Personnel
- GS l Library Policies
GS Library Personnel
|MS. KRIZ MAE P. AMANTE
|MS. KRIZIA SHAE VILIRAN
|MS. EVELYN MONTON
|MRS MARIA REBECCA MUYRONG
|MRS. ALMA VERA
|MR. JAYRIC PAULINO
|MRS. MARIA CECILIA Solano
LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER (LRC)
In response to today’s rapid advancement in information technology, the Learning Resource Center (LRC) serves the school community by offering physical and intellectual access to the latest reference and instructional materials both in print and non-print formats. Its circulation and technical services are facilitated by Athena - the LRC’s automation system, which also runs the Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC).
The Library is the Print Section of the LRC. It houses the information resources in print formats like books and periodicals. It is a reading and study haven with its well-lighted, fully air-conditioned, and child-friendly interior design. It also has an internet section composed of ten (10) computers for online searching.
The Audio-Visual Room (AVR) is the Non-Print Section of the LRC. It holds all the audio-visual materials (e.g. DVDs, cassette tapes, filmstrips, manipulatives, etc.), equipment (e.g. lapels, laptops, tablets, portable speakers, etc.) and other multi-media materials for learning, instructional and recreational purposes. It also offers voice recording, dubbing, and video coverage among its services.
The LRC also takes pride in its Library and Information Literacy Program. This is given to all Kinder and grade school students during their library period classes held once a month. The lessons range from how to use the library catalogs both the print and online versions, how to use reference books, to the basic citation of resources to avoid plagiarism.
Library & AVR: Monday – Friday 7:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Circulation of Books and Other Materials
1.1 Inspect the pages of the book before borrowing.
1.2 Present your barcoded school ID and the book/s to be
1.3 A borrower is given a corresponding loan limit or
1.4 Any library material may not be brought out without
2. Returning of books
2.1 Borrowed books must be returned on or before the
2.2 As long as a book has not been properly returned or
Overdue Books and Fines
1. All borrowers who fail to return a borrowed book on its
2. The library clearance of a borrower with unreturned books
Losses and Damages
1. A lost or damaged book while on loan must be reported
2. A lost book should either be replaced with the exact copy or
3. Books damaged beyond repair are likewise to be replaced
Damages beyond repair include one of the following:
at least one (1) page
4. A lost or damaged book not yet replaced or paid for is
5. The library clearance of a borrower with a lost
PROPER HANDLING OF BOOKS
1. Handle the books with dry and clean hands.
2. Turn the pages of the book gently.
3. Avoid putting any marks or drawings on the pages of the books.
4. Avoid folding the pages of books and use a bookmark in marking the page where you stopped reading.
5. Keep the books away from food and any liquid to prevent them from being dirty and wet.
6. Lay it on a table or any flat surface to avoid the cover from being wrinkled and the binding from being broken.
7. Keep the books out of reach of younger children and pets to avoid them from being damaged.
8. Keep the books in a safe place to avoid them from being lost.
PROPER BEHAVIOR INSIDE THE LIBRARY
1. SILENCE must be strictly observed at all times. Speak softly if needed.
2. If permitted, the library is open for use on Saturdays from 8:00-11:30 a.m.
3. Only print materials are allowed to be used and are available for inside reading only.
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