Soddy Daisy High School


Resources and Services:

  • 9,000 Fiction, Nonfiction, and Reference Books
  • Almost 200 DVD Titles for Classroom Use
  • Flatbed Scanner
  • Data Projector and Laptop Computer Cart
  • Mobile Computer Lab Carts with Wireless Access    (8 classroom sets)
  • LaserJet Printing
  • Laminating Machine

  • Resources and Services

Class Research Projects:
  • Sign up for research time in advance.
  • Start and end the block in the classroom.
  • Share a written description of the activity or assignment with the librarian.
  • Consider requiring both print and online resources – books can be placed on reserve.
  • Remind students to cite sources of information
  • Plan to stay with your class.
  • Reschedule in the event you need a substitute teacher.

    Student Research Project

Chromebook User

Student Expectations:
  • Come with a purpose.
  • Use a quiet voice.
  • Show respect for others.
  • Clean workspace before leaving
  • Return materials to the designated areas.
  • Follow the guidelines set by the HCDE Acceptable Use Policy.
  • Food and drink (other than bottled water) are not permitted.

  • Student Expectations


  • A class may visit the library with a teacher.
  • Students may visit individually or groups of two-four at a time.
  • A pass from the assigned teacher is required for individuals or small groups.
  • Students must sign-in/sign-out at the circulation desk.

  • Procedures  

Mobile Computer Lab Guidelines:

  • Reserve mobile lab carts through the Media Center.
  • Carts and keys can be picked up after 7:05 am and must be returned by 2:10 pm. (Avoid heavy hall traffic.) A pair of students can transport the carts.
  • Carts and keys must be returned EACH DAY to the Media Center, even if a mobile lab is reserved for multiple days.
  • Mobile labs will not be distributed for use with a substitute teacher.
  • Plugin the cart, turn on the power switch on the side of the cart and press the power button on the inside right-hand corner of the cart. (Carts A, B, G, and H do not have an interior power button.)
  • The teacher should distribute equipment. Use a class roster with the teacher’s name, date, and block to record the number of the Chromebook assigned to each student.
  • Do not permit students to eat or drink while working with Chromebooks.
  • Monitor student use of Chromebooks and check for damage before returning equipment to carts. Any damage found, or any equipment not functioning properly, should be reported to the Media Center.
  • All Chromebooks must be accounted for prior to dismissing students from class. Be sure to lock the Chromebooks in the cart when not in use!
  • Chromebooks should be shut down, returned to the cart in number order, and plugged in properly to ensure the batteries charge for the next day.
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