Textbooks are issued to students by the library at the beginning of the school year. Upon returning books, any damage will be subject to reimbursement. Any book checked out to a student becomes the personal responsibility of the student and must be either returned or paid for when books are collected. Payment will be refunded if a lost book is subsequently returned.
Students who deface textbooks, or school property will be responsible for the full replacement cost of the textbook or item or any costs incurred by the school district in the course of clean up or repair of damages (Education Code 48904 a1).
STUDENTS WHO HAVE MISSING BOOKS OR OTHER PROPERTY FINES MAY NOT RECEIVE THEIR YEARBOOKS AT THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR AND MAY NOT BE ALLOWED TO TAKE PART IN YEAR-END ACTIVITIES UNTIL ALL CHARGES HAVE BEEN CLEARED. THE SCHOOL IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE TO STUDENTS’ PERSONAL MATERIALS
Online Textbook Resources
Many of our Middle School textbooks have additional resources. Subjects that have on-line resources are listed below. These subjects may have study tools and/or the actual textbook available on-line. Some of our textbooks provide information as to on-line availability in the first few pages of the textbook. In some cases, specific on-line help is available in each section and the information for finding help is throughout the textbook.
The textbooks that are noted by ** also have the textbook on a disk that can be checked out from the library. (Some disks include study tools in addition to the textbook.)
To access tutorials for “The Language of Literature” textbook (as well as the supplemental book “Language Network”), go to www.classzone.com.
- Click on button for Language Arts/Middle School,
- Choose CA as your state and,
- “GO”. Then, simply click on the picture of the book you are using and you can choose from tutorials offered.
Students will be given on-line access information by their math teacher.
Go to www.glencoe.com/sec/science/. For all grades choose “California” from the drop-down menu on the first page and select a user. On the next page choose “California Programs” (from the “online learning centers listed in the middle of the page); then, select the title of the book. Next, click on “click here to enter student center”. The menu of choices is on the left. (On-line textbook access is not an available option.)
For all three grades, students will log on to www.ca.hss.glencoe.com and then click on the picture of their textbook. They can then enter the student center to access to a variety of study tools. (On-line textbook access in not an available option.)
Pearson/Prentice Hall “Realidades” 1 (ISBN # 0131340913)
On-line study tools: www.PHSchool.com – Please note: Each section has its own “web code” They are printed throughout the textbook – the web code for the table of contents (tabla de materias) is: jck 0001.