All students are encouraged to use the Learning Commons for research, study, and leisure reading, as well as to maintain an environment conducive to serious work. 

The Learning Commons’ computers are available for drop-in use when they are not booked by a class. Computers are to be used for research or word processing. Remember that computer games are not to be played on any school computer, and that students are required to visit only CBE approved sites.

Please note | other than bottled water, no food or drink is allowed in the Learning Commons.

Librarian: Linda Richards

Borrowing Rules

In order to sign out materials and textbooks, students must present their student ID card at the circulation desk.

Books

Are signed out for a three week period.

Magazines

May be signed out for a one week period.

Specialized Items

Such as periodicals, some videos, and reference books, may be signed out on an overnight basis.  

Hours

Monday - Thursday

 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Fridays 

8:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Learning Commons / Library

All students are encouraged to use the Learning Commons for research, study, and leisure reading, as well as to maintain an environment conducive to serious work. 

The Learning Commons’ computers are available for drop-in use when they are not booked by a class. Computers are to be used for research or word processing. Remember that computer games are not to be played on any school computer, and that students are required to visit only CBE approved sites.

Please note | other than bottled water, no food or drink is allowed in the Learning Commons.

Librarian: Linda Richards

Borrowing Rules

In order to sign out materials and textbooks, students must present their student ID card at the circulation desk.

Books

Are signed out for a three week period.

Magazines

May be signed out for a one week period.

Specialized Items

Such as periodicals, some videos, and reference books, may be signed out on an overnight basis.  

Hours

Monday - Thursday

 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Fridays 

8:00 AM - 1:30 PM

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​Learning Commons at the CBE

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