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Our Library Specialist is Mrs. Leanne Rincon.  Mrs. Rincon has been the Library Specialist ever since Cedarwood opened in 1996 and she has successfully made it into a high-quality tool for all students to develop a love of reading and learning. You can reach Mrs. Rincon by:

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Library OverviewTop of Page

library Welcome to the Cedarwood Library!  Your children will be learning why libraries are such wonderful places, how to take care of their library books, what a librarian's job is all about, and how to choose a good book at their reading level.  We have more than 11,000 books to choose from!  
Students begin checking out books approximately 2 weeks after the start of the school year.  Please remember when your child checks out a book, it must be returned or renewed by the due-date.  Books are checked out for 2-weeks.  If a book is lost, damaged, or overdue, students privileges will be frozen until that item is taken care of.
Our Library Specialist, Mrs. Rincon, recommends that students keep their library books in their backpacks when they are not reading them.  They should bring their book back and forth to school every day.  If they get into this habit, they will always have their book available on library day.  Please take the book out at home and share it with your child.

Our library program is dedicated to ensuring that students learn to be effective users of information and literate life-long learners.
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Computer LabTop of Page

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Our computer lab is available to students throughout the day for Accelerated Reader tests.  

Classes are scheduled to use the lab for Internet research, Study Island, Internet reading and math programs, etc.  

Check with your student's teacher to see what their class is using the lab for at this time.
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Birthday BooksTop of Page

Sponsor a Book For Your Student's Birthday!
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Birthdays are a great time to sponsor a book in your child's name or as a gift to a friend.
Please contact Mrs. Rincon if you'd like to adopt a book for our library.

District Library PolicyTop of Page

CA Ed. Code 48904:  Any school district whose real or personal property has been willfully cut, defaced, or otherwise injured, or whose property is loaned to a pupil and willfully not returned upon demand of an employee of the district authorized to make the demand may, after affording the pupil his or her due process rights, withhold the grades, diploma, and transcripts of the pupil responsible for the damage until the pupil or the pupil's parent or guardian has paid for the damages.