Book Check Out
Lincolnwood students visit the library as a class once a week to learn about research skills, Internet Safety, and genres of literature.
Book check out is 1 week. Books may be renewed as much as needed.
Students may get permission from their classroom teacher to return or renew books throughout the day.
Students may not check out books if previous check outs are missing.
Students may check out books
Students check out 1 book to keep in their classroom for the week.
Students may check out 1 book per week to take home.
Students may check out 2 book per week to take home.
Students may check out 3 book per week to take home.
Students may check out up to 4 books per week to take home.
The Lincolnwood Library is to support students in learning to be responsible global citizens. This includes caring for their library resources.
Overdue reminders will be sent to teachers often. Please do not hesitate to contact the library if you have any questions about overdue books.
No fines are charged
for overdue books.
We remind students that library books are meant to be shared for all to enjoy.
Students will be asked to pay for lost or damaged books.
If payment cannot be made, students will be asked to preform Community Service within the school.
Students will be limited in checkout
until fees are paid.
All students need digital citizenship skills to participate fully in their communities and make smart choices
online and in life.
D65 leans on Common Sense Media, an award-winning K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum to support students learning.
21st Century Goals and Objectives set for students stem from American Association of School Librarians, Illinois Standards Aligned Instruction for Libraries and International Society for Technology in Education.
Please click below to view more detailed curriculum specific to
District 65 Library Standards.