Our Mission
 

The mission of the Windham High School Library is to promote literacy, learning, critical thinking, and the educated use of information and resources to all students so that they may successfully learn and compete in an information-rich world.

 

 

Our Staff
AMY DENECKER

School Librarian

adenecker@rsu14.org
Tel: 207-892-1810 x2134

KRISTIN CHAVONELLE

School Librarian

kchavonelle@rsu14.org
Tel: 207-892-1810 x2134

WINDHAM HIGH SCHOOL

406 Gray Road 

Windham, ME 04062

 

(207) 892-1810 

 

www.rsu14.org

OUR PHILOSOPHY


The library is the hub of the school where all patrons have a right to intellectual freedom:  to their own thoughts, beliefs, and ideas.  Access to information is essential to a democratic society. The librarians at Windham High School will continuously strive to provide a wide variety of resources to our patrons and encourage collaboration and open dialogue.  We will create policies like those found on the American Library Association (ALA) website that protects our patrons’ privacy while allowing as much information as is legally available. We will also do our best to follow the American Library Association’s Code of Ethics and Library Bill of Rights, but recognize a balance will need to be found in order to realistically meet the needs of our patrons. 

FAQ

How many books can I check out at a time? How long can I keep them?

Up to five books can be checked out at one time. Books are checked out for three weeks and can be renewed for an additional three week period by contacting the librarian.

 

What are the late fees for overdue books? 

Books accrue a fine of two cents a day. Fines do not accrue on weekends, holidays, or vacations.

 

What do I need to sign in to the library?

Students are required to sign in using the barcoded ID provided by the school. All students must have an ID to enter the library.

 

What is not permitted in the library?

Please no food or drink in the library except water in closed containers. 

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