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About Knowles Library

Knowles Library Hours:
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:00 - 4:30 8:00 - 4:30 8:00 - 4:30 8:00 - 4:30 8:00 - 4:00
 
 
Circulation Policies:
  • How many books may I check out at a time?
    Students may have two fiction or nonfiction books or three graphic books checked out at a time.
  • How long is the checkout period?
    Fiction and nonfiction books have a lending period of two weeks.
    Graphic books have a lending period of one week.

  • Can I renew a book if I'm not finished reading it by the due date?
    Yes, you may recheck a title -- provided it isn't on hold for another student.
  • What if my book is overdue?
    Fiction and nonfiction books accrue a late fee of $0.10 per day with a $5 maximum.
    Graphic and easy books accrue a late fee of $0.05 per day with a $5 maximum.

 
Knowles Library Staff:
Mrs. Rossi
Librarian
Mrs. Rossi has been a librarian for 19 years, but this is just her third year at Knowles Library.  She loves assisting both students and teachers with research assignments, book recommendations, and other literacy-related needs.  Some of Mrs. Rossi's favorite reads -- old and new -- are:
 
 
When Mrs. Rossi isn't reading, she loves to hike, travel, sing on her church's praise team, play board games, try new foods and spend time with family and friends.
Mrs. Gallia
Circulation Desk Clerk
Mrs. Gallia is starting her third full year at Knowles Library.  She is always happy to assist with checking out books, submitting iPad work orders, and assisting students and teachers with library resources.
 
Mrs. Gallia's favorite books are:
 
 
Mrs. Gallia also enjoys watching HGTV and DIY Network, as well as reading and watching anything that involves reusing, repurposing or reimagining...like Flea Market Flip and Trash to Treasure.
 
Mrs. Rodriguez
Media Clerk
This is Mrs. Rodriguez's first year at Knowles Library.  She helps with library technology needs, IDs, and movie and equipment requests.
 
Mrs. Rodriguez loves reading fantasy and realistic fiction.  Some of her current favorites are:
 
 
She also enjoys reading nonfiction, particularly about knitting, crafts, personal empowerment and women's stories, including:
 
Mrs. Mackey
Electronic Classroom Clerk
Mrs. Mackey is the newest addition to the Knowles Library family.  She assists with library programming, fee and fine maintenance, and mini-lessons.  A few of Mrs. Mackey's favorite books are:
 
 
She also enjoys painting and drawing, spoiling her pets, watching movies, and couponing!
 
Mrs. Mackey likes to listen to true crime and pop culture podcasts, and if she could choose a superpower, it would be time-traveling and understanding all languages.