The Merton School Library has a large number of English and French books, reference materials and computer-based resources. Students visit the library weekly and borrow books in both official languages on a one to two week loan basis. The children are held responsible for their library books in the event of loss or damage.
The library is staffed by a part-time library technician and by parent volunteers who help keep the collection in order, read stories to the children, help them choose books and assist them with research projects. We are always improving our library with new acquisitions in English and French. We want our library to be an inviting place for all.
In addition, we enjoy a close relationship with the outstanding Côte St-Luc library and our classes visit there at least once a year. Merton students can become members of the library regardless of their address! Because we belong to the EMSB, we also have access to the School Board’s online resources. With all these partners in school and in the community, access to appropriate and needed information is never a problem for Merton students and their families.
Students are expected to treat the library as they would any classroom.
- Students can borrow up to 4 items at one time
- Students may borrow for 1 week
- Students may renue items if necessary
- Materials can be returned during opening hours
Lost or Damaged Books
- Borrowed books are the responsibility of the student. The student’s parent or guardian must pay all or part of the replacement cost of the lost or damaged book.
What is Plagiarism?
- Submitting someone else’s work as your own.
- Copying words or ideas from someone else without attributing the source.
- Including a quotation without quotation marks.
What is Copyright?
Copyright gives creators the legal right to be paid for their work, and to control the use of their creations.
Copibec is a website that allows you to check the terms and conditions of the copying agreement covering your educational institution.Copibec Website
What is Creative Commons?
A Creative Commons license works alongside Copyright. It provides a standardized way to share and use a work on the conditions set by an author.Creative Commons WebsiteHow to search C.C.
Every classroom visits the library to borrow English and French books. Parent volunteers help the librarian by providing students with enriched visits to the library. Younger students have story time in English or French. Our library is fully automated and computers are available for students to search the online catalogue.
We are always improving our library with new acquisitions in English and French, as well as new furniture such as desks and shelving. It is our constant goal to make the library an inviting place for all.
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