[aisle] Procedures for lost/damaged books (k-8 buildings)
bmiller at troy30c.org
Fri May 31 09:51:43 CDT 2019
We do not handle money or process bills. We enter missing/damaged books
into our district's system (Skyward) and the fee is added to the student's
account. The parents can pay via credit card through this portal, or it is
added to the following year's school fees. Eight graders who don't pay
don't get to walk in the graduation ceremony.
If a book is returned, we contact the business office and they either issue
a credit or a check depending on the circumstances. Doing it this way does
make things a lot easier for the folks in the libraries.
Learning Resource Center Facilitator
Troy Community Consolidated School District 30C
*Libraries store the energy that fuels the imagination *
- Sidney Sheldon
On Fri, May 31, 2019 at 9:47 AM Pulgar, Christine via AISLE <
aisle at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:
> Good morning everyone!
> If you have a quick second, could you tell me about your current policy
> for lost/damaged books?
> Here are some general questions, answer the ones you can and maybe the
> ones I haven't asked. :)
> Do you (the library) issue the bills?
> Do you (the library) collect the money and write receipts?
> Does your business office process refunds?
> Do you even offer refunds?
> How do you handle replacing books out of print? or books that are very old
> and cost a lot to replace but you can't justify charging a student full
> price for a 20 year old book?
> If you don't charge students for lost or damaged books, what do you do?
> Does the student "work off" the fine?
> We are currently reviewing our process since each of our buildings handles
> this differently and we'd like a general idea of what other K-8 districts
> Thanks for your help!
> Christine Pulgar
> Reader. Teacher. Librarian. – MLIS; NBCT
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> Hickory Hills, IL 60457
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