• CVUSD Device Protection Plan 2022/2023

    Parents now have the option of purchasing a Chino Valley Unified School District Device Protection Plan for their student's device. The plan provides for accidental damage to the student's device for the current school year at the cost of $40.00. Parents wishing to purchase the protection plan may complete the agreement below and return to the library with cash, or a check made payable to CVUSD, in the amount of $40.00.

    Device Protection Plan & Agreement

     

     

    Welcome to the Ayala High School Library Media Center Page

    909-627-3584  Ext. 2221 or 2220

    AYALA'S LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER 

    Renovated Library

     

     IMPORTANT: PLEASE CONTACT US VIA EMAIL. WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO

    RESPOND ASAP.

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    WELCOME BACK AYALA BULLDOGS!  

    Hours:  Monday thru Friday  7:30 am-4:00 pm (School Year 2022-23)

    Hours may vary during testing, minimum days, and scheduled meetings.

     

     

    Library Staff:

     

              Bonny London - Secondary Library/Media Assistant  

    Bonny_London@chino.k12.ca.us             

    Jennifer Reese - District Librarian

    Jennifer_Reese@chino.k12.ca.us

    Dorinda Sullivan - District Librarian

    Dorinda_Sullivan@chino.k12.ca.us

     

     

    TEXTBOOK RULES AND REGULATIONS

     

    Students are responsible for proper care of textbooks issued to them, and are financially responsible for books being damaged, lost, or stolen.

     

    The school provides textbooks to students under the following terms:

    1. Return all books in the same condition in which they were issued.
    2. Keep all textbooks covered at all times
    3. Covers should not be taped onto books; adhesive damages book covers.
    4. Adhesive book covers are not allowed.
    5. Writing is not allowed in books; only the student’s name and issue date should be written inside the front cover.
    6. Students are obligated to pay for any books not returned by the last day of school.
    7. Students will not receive a registration packet for the new school year until outstanding items are cleared.
    8. If a student changes, drops, or withdraws from a class, the textbook must be returned to the library immediately.
    9. Seniors will not receive their high school diploma at the end of the school year until all outstanding items and/or fines are cleared.
    10. Students will be charged the full replacement cost for lost or stolen books and books that are damaged beyond repair.
    11. A charge of $20.00 will be issued for significant damage to the cover of a textbook.

     

    LIBRARY USE INFORMATION AND REGULATIONS

     

    LIBRARY STAFF:

    Ms. Jennifer Reese, District Librarian

     

    Ms. Bonny London, Library Media Assistant

     

    LIBRARY HOURS:

    Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Library may be closed occasionally due to school functions)

     

    BOOK CHECK-OUT POLICY:

    Students may borrow books from the school library for three weeks. After three weeks they may

    renew the book for an additional three weeks, provided it has not been put on reserve.  Late fees may be incurred when books are not returned by their due date.

     

    LIBRARY USE POLICY:

    Please enter quietly and be respectful of others.

    Do not rearrange or move furniture without permission.

     

    LIBRARY USE DURING CLASS TIME:

    Students must have a written note from their teacher.

    Electronic devices must be turned off.

    Food or drink is not allowed in the library.