Monday - Friday
7:30am - 5:00pm
Note: Library is sometimes closed for meetings.
Everyone in the UNIS community is welcome to take advantage of the Library!
Come in for quiet study or reading, to find a book, or to get help with research or online resources.
The basic agreement of all users is respect for other users.
Please bring only covered beverage containers (and no food) into the Library.
Students in the Lower Elementary School visit the library weekly with their homeroom classes. A Discovery student may borrow one book at a time for a two week period. K-1, K-2, and Grade 1 students may borrow two books at a time.
Students in the Upper Elementary School (grades 2-5) may borrow three books at a time for a two week period. Grade 2 classes visit the Library weekly with their homeroom teacher. Grades 3, 4 and 5 may also visit the Library weekly with their homeroom teacher.
Students in Grades 1-5 may visit the Library to exchange books before school begins, during their lunch recess time and after school if accompanied by an adult.
Middle and High School students, using their campus cards, may borrow up to ten books for a two week period and may renew books up to four times. Students with overdue books may not borrow additional materials. Books that are overdue for a month or more are considered lost and a replacement cost plus processing fee is charged to the student. Students may login to their Destiny accounts to (1) reserve materials that are currently on loan to others, (2) access ebooks and other online resources, (3) create reading lists, (4) write reviews and comments.
Parents of UNIS students, using their own campus cards, may borrow for a period. The materials may be renewed as needed or at the discretion of the Librarian.
April Is Poetry Month
Borrow a book of poetry! Write a poem and share it with us!
Try a book spine poem
or a shape poem or a haiku.
Poetry books in the Library are in the Dewey numbers in the 800s (808.81, 811, 821, etc.)*
*Do you know how to find a book in the Library by its Dewey number?