NO EATING OR DRINKING IS ALLOWED IN THE LIBRARY.

Hours

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The Library is open daily 7:30  a.m. until 2:45 p.m. 

Beginning on Thursday, September 23, the library will be open as follows:

Mondays: 7:30 am - 3:30 pm
Tuesdays: 7:30 am - 3:30 pm
Wednesdays: 7:30 am - 2:45 pm
Thursdays: 7:30 am - 3:30 pm
Fridays: 7:30 am - 3:30 pm

 

Library Cards

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A Union High School Student ID is needed to take out materials.

Borrowing Books

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Books can be borrowed from any school in the district by making a request through the high school library staff, and their catalogs can be accessed from the district catalog link:

Township of Union Public School District Library Catalog

The Union Public Library catalog is also available online through their website:

Union Public Library

Loans & Fines

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Books go out for two-week periods, and can be renewed.  There is NO fine for late books. Fines will be given for damaged and lost books. You will be required to either pay for a replacement copy or purchase a replacement copy for the Library Media Center.

**Seniors with outstanding fines will not be allowed to purchase a ticket for prom or receive a cap and gown for graduation until all fines have been paid.**
Computers

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Computers are available for student use before first period and after school. During the school day, teachers need to call first, and students must have a pass and assignment to come to the library. 

Students must use their Student Computer ID and password to use the computers. Your username is made up of the first two digits of your student ID (usually your graduation year), the first initial of your first name, and your full last name (all lower case):

24jsmith
The password is your ID number

Students can only open their school gmail accounts at school.

Online Databases

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All Union High School databases are accessible from your home computer. Access them by logging on to MackinVIA through Clever.

Printing

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PRINTING for students is FREE.
 
Students are limited to 10 pages at one time.
 
Chromebooks are NOT connected to any printers. Students can print from computers in the library before and after school, or during the school day with a pass from class.
 
iWORK (Pages, KeyNote): Please make sure to convert any work to a PDF file at home before attempting to print it at school. The computers are unable to print Mac files in the UHS Library Media Center.
 
To export files to PDF:
 
Or, convert files using: