Library Policies

  • HOURS: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 7:15 AM to 3:30 PM. Tuesday and Thursday: 7:15 AM to 4:00 PM. (Subject to change)

    We will be closed during faculty/staff meetings, immediately after school on district/teacher In-service days, and for district meetings. Due to the fact that there will be some “special” days, please check the Main Library doors for the closing times.


    Students can come to the library before school, during lunch, and after school without a pass. During class, students must have the official hall pass. If more than one student is coming to the library from a teacher's class, the teacher needs to send the students with the official hall pass and a list of the student's names.



    • Students must have a current Mountain Point ID card to checkout materials.
    • Books may be checked out for a three (3) week period.
    • Students are limited to five (5) checked-out items.
    • We do not charge fines for overdue materials, however students may not check out additional materials until overdue items are returned.
    • Students MUST pay for damaged or lost items.



    Technology Use Agreement Form:


    The Tempe Union High School District requires that all students and a parent/guardian sign a district technology use Agreement Form before using school computers. The technology use Agreement Form can be found in the T.U.H.S.D. Student Policies and Regulations handbook. Students who violate the technology use policy will lose computer privileges.


    The purpose of school computers and equipment is for educational use only. Student use of computers and equipment is a privilege, not a right. Any other use of school computers will result in loss of computer use privileges for an entire school year. A second offense will result in loss of computer use privileges for the remainder of a student’s high school years.



    • Students will have access to Office 2013 products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) on all student computers.
    • It is highly recommended that students carry a flash drive for transferring data to and from home computers to school computers or save their work to their Google Drive.
    • Students may access their personal e-mail accounts from school. (Note: Not all internet email accounts can be accessed, due to strict security regulations from the District.)



    • Downloading and/or playing video games are NOT ALLOWED on any school computer.
    • Random checks are conducted and students not following policy will receive a referral.
    • ALL school/district technology policies MUST be followed in the library.



    • Food, candy, snacks, and drinks are not allowed in the Library. Students are allowed to have water bottles with lids in the library.
    • Students are NOT ALLOWED in Labs without Adult Supervision.
    • Students should use the library to study, read, or do research for class assignments.
    • Students should work in a manner that allows others to concentrate. Please do not engage in any behavior that interferes with the normal use and operation of the Library or disrupts the concentration of other patrons.
    • Students should follow school policies and be courteous to staff and other students.
    • Students may NOT use any electronic equipment (cellphones, iPods, MP3 players, etc.) in the library at any time UNLESS they are with their teacher and the teacher gives them permission.


    **The Library’s rules of behavior are designed to protect the rights and safety of Mountain Pointe’s students, faculty, and staff as they relate to the proper use of the library. Library rules of behavior are enforced in accordance with the Mountain Pointe Student Code of Conduct as specified in the student handbook.


    **The interpretation and enforcement of these rules rests with the library staff. Violations of library rules, including disruptive behavior, may result in loss of library privileges or expulsion from the library.


    **Users engaging in vandalizing, altering or damaging library buildings, furniture or equipment, including computer systems, networks, programs or data, destroying, damaging, or defacing library materials are in violation of Arizona State Law and will be subject to the school’s disciplinary policy and/or local law enforcement if warranted (Arizona State Revised Statutes, Chapter 8, Article 3, Title 15, Section 842