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Sandy Creek Central School District

Sandy Creek Central School District

Library Media Department

Announcements

WELCOME BACK to the 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR!



This school year will be different from any we have experienced before, but I am confident that it will be an engaging year for all!

The Sandy Creek Central School Libraries will be operating in a different manner than they have in the past. Both elementary and middle/high libraries are closed to students. We have been granted permission to allow for CONTACTLESS CIRCULATION using the latest safety guidelines. The document below will explain this contactless procedure in a more detailed manner.

Elementary Contactless Circulation
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1v6vWUuialMiUPUIWaW54nHR2YH_2ADPklF3xifh-h_I/present

Middle School Contactless Circulation
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Ez9q08P4SOglI9ZHiMv8uaxbfCRdNm7pb8ZthGc14dg/present

High School Contactless Circulation
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/15c4BdsXYOQ-4-ARSFmZl0GyPUyXMJVFOCZDmvLZ5Rgc/present

Students and staff are reminded to access our variety of digital resources, including eBooks and audiobooks. Access information is available in Google Classrooms or upon request.

If you have materials signed out from the 2019-2020 school year, please return them at your earliest convenience to the wooden return boxes outside of both libraries. Please send all questions pertaining to the libraries and digital resources to myself, Rachel Allen, at rallen@sccs.cnyric.org.

Best wishes for a successful school year.

Sincerely,
Mrs. Rachel Allen
Librarian








Contact

Rachel Allen
Librarian
rallen@sccs.cnyric.org
(315) 387-3445


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