Students can write an essay, poem or letter on how a teacher has influenced their lives.
The teacher will then be entered for a chance to win $10,000 in cash prizes to split with their school. Entries due by March 2nd.
Talk to your English Teachers, Librarian or click the link below for more information!
The Hardin High School Library encourages members of the community and alumni to contribute to our schools. Patrons often donate to the library to purchase a book(s) for a deceased family member, friend, or co-worker. Other Patrons donate to purchase a book(s) in honor of retirements, birthdays, aniversaries and special occasions.
Donors may suggest titles or subjects for memorials/honorariums or allow the library to select new materials. A special book card will be placed in each donated book identifying the person being memorialized or honored, as well as the name of the donors.
Books are doorways to knowledge and our school libraries aim to promote and produce books on all subjects for every reader and student. The school and library thank you for your support and generosity. It is an honor to remember members of our community who showed their support for our schools. Contact the school if you wish to donate today!!
"Building a better Hardin, one student at a time."
HHS Library Policies
Book Check Out
All Books are to be checked out with the librarian. In the event that no one is available to check out materials please use the Check Out Log on the clipboard located at the circulation desk. PRINT your first and last name, call no. (located on the spine of the book), book title and the checkout date. Each borrower will be given a checkout card to remind them of their due date.
The fines for all overdue materials checked out is $.25 a day.
There is a three school day grace period on all materials before a fine is applied.
Unpaid Fines and Fees
If you have any unpaid fines, you WILL NOT be allowed to check out any material/books until fines are paid in full.
Lost or Damaged
If a book is lost or not returned with ALL late fees paid in full by the last day of school May 24, 2018 the student is held responsible for the full cost of the book(s). If a book is damaged but salvageable (to be determined by the library) there is a $5.00 damage fee.
Last day to check out books is Friday May 4, 2018.
Students may pay their Chromebook fees with the Librarian during school hours. If they are having any issues with their Chromebooks, they should bring it to the library for assistance.
If a student is in need of a Loaner Chromebook, these can be checked out in the Library. The Loaner Chromebooks are NOT to leave campus. They MUST be returned at the end of the school day. If they are not, the student will receive lunch detention the following day and any day after if the Loaner Chromebook is not returned. If you check out a Loaner because of non-payment, forgot the device at home or needing to be charged lunch detention will be issued. There is a Loaner Log Book you must sign into to receive a Loaner Chromebook.
The library is open during all school days and is available to all students, faculty/staff, administrators or those with permission from the front office. Please note that the library may be closed at various times throughout the school year due to special events and testing. Signs will be posted on the doors to notify of such closures.
Students my use the desktop computers and work on any school related work/activities.
There is a library sign in/out sheet at the circulation desk. Students MUST sign in and out to use the library during instructional time. Teachers must send an email or pass to the librarian allowing and explaining the student's need to use the library during class time.
Teachers contact the librarian to schedule class usage of the library.
Degrees and Certifications:
936-298-2118 Ext. 211