Early Learning Center
What is the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)?
Each student, upon registering in the Oswego Community Schools, must sign the district's AUP. This document, officially called the Guidelines for Acceptable Use of the Computer Network System, states that the student agrees to use the school computer equipment for educational purposes only. Failure to comply by these guidelines will result in disciplinary action. All staff must work together to ensure that students are following the guidelines whenever they are using school computers. Students are not allowed to change any computer settings, play games, instant message or visit inappropriate sites.
What are the check-out policies?
You must have your student ID to check out a book. Books are due two weeks after being checked out. Fines are $.10/day for each overdue item. However, reference books are only allowed to be taken out overnight. Fines for overnight materials are $1.00/day when they are not returned in the AM. You can check out two books at a time or one book and one magazine. However, if you need a book for a project, you can check out more than two books.
Does the LRC have student volunteers?
A handful of students volunteer their time in the LRC. They shelve books, put up or take down chairs, turn on/off computers, deliver AV equipment and also contribute to the smooth operation of the library. You can earn Character Counts Cards by volunteering before school, during lunch or TSI. See Miss Welch for a pass if you're interested.
Who are the Bednarcik LRC Staff?
LRC Director: Renee Welch
LRC Aide: Mark Johnson