Frequently Asked Questions
When does the library open/close?
The library opens at 7:40am and closes at 4:00pm.
The library is occasionally closed for faculty meetings and campus events.
How many books can I checkout?
Students can checkout up to 2 print books for 3 weeks and up to 5 ebooks!
Students may fill out a permission form if they wish to checkout more books.
Does the Bradley Library charge overdue fines?
No. The Bradley Library no longer charges overdue fines. We do, however, ask that students return books on or before the due date so that other students may check out the books.
Where do I return my books?
Return your books directly to the library at the circulation desk. Check your books in and place them in the cart. If you are unable to make it into the library to return your book, you can place your books on the cart outside the library.
What happens if I lost or damaged a book?
It is the responsibility of the student/parent to pay for lost or damaged books unless circumstances warrant otherwise. The Good Faith Clause may also be applicable. See the librarian for more information.
Please see Page 11 of the NEISD Student/Parent Handbook.
Can I print in the library?
Students may print school assignments in the library. However, they may not print memes or other items for personal use. There is a warning on each student computer that explains students will be reported for misuse of school property if they are printing for personal use.
Prints must be in black and white unless otherwise requested by a teacher.
Can I eat lunch in the library?
At this time, students are not permitted to eat lunch in the library. However, if a student has a pass from their teacher to work on an assignment they can eat their lunch in the cafeteria, then work in the library. Students can also conference with the librarian or counselors if they would like to come to the library, after eating, due to anxiety or other personal reasons.