Welcome to the Blevins Library!
The Blevins Middle School Library strives to provide a safe, warm, and welcoming atmosphere that encourages learning and fosters a life-long love of reading.
***Special Library Protocols During Phase 3 Hybrid Learning***
Returning, Reserving and Delivery of Blevins Library Books
The Blevins Library will be closed for browsing and in-person check-out until it is deemed safe for students and staff.
Return books to designated book return boxes outside of library doors.
Reserve up to 2 books on the PSD Online Catalog (only 1 graphic novel at a time). If there are any issues with online reservations, please email Mrs. Duke ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Library books will be delivered to English classes within 24 hours of reservation.
Tutorial for reserving Blevins books online:
Instructions for getting a temporary Poudre River Public Library card online:
Tutorial for checking out Blevins Library ebooks:
Destiny Discover Ebooks Tutorial
Monday through Friday from 7:40 am to 3:10 pm
(Closed during Phase 3)
Students may come to the library (Closed during Phase 3):
- BEFORE school from 7:40 am. Students will need to get a pass in the auditeria from an administrator.
- At LUNCH instead of going out to Rec, students may come to the library after eating. Students must come to the library BEFORE their lunch begins to get a pass from Mrs. Duke.
- AFTER school to quickly check-out, renew or return a book.
- During CLASS with a pass from their teacher to check out or return books, or to work quietly and independently.
- For HOMEWORK HELP which is held in the library every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00 to 4:00. No pass necessary.
Students may check out 1 or 2 books for up to one quarter, but please return books as soon as you finish them so other students have a chance to check them out. If a book is damaged, a damage fine will be assessed dependent on the amount of damage, from $1.00 through the entire replacement cost. Lost books will need to be paid for.
Choosing books for middle school can be challenging. What might be interesting and appropriate for an 8th grader may not be interesting and/or appropriate for a 6th grader. Mrs. Duke puts a lot of time and effort into choosing books for the Blevins Library. Parents are encouraged to talk to their student(s) about their library books. (See the menu item "Reading Recommendations" for help at home.) Some books may have a "Content Warning" label on the cover for heavy violence, sexual situations and/or strong language.
Books are chosen for the Blevins Library to support curriculum, engender high interest, and encourage reading for information and enjoyment.
Michael Bertoni - Building Technology Coordinator