The Hewitt-Trussville High School Library is committed to providing an environment that is conducive to study as well as welcoming to all users. The library offers a wide range of services, materials, and information sources. To this end, we have developed this policy regarding the use of the group study rooms.
Group Study Room Guidelines for Use
- Group rooms are meant for no more than six people at a time.
- Group rooms may be used by a group for a period of one hour per day.
- Group rooms are meant for study groups and collaborative school work, not socializing.
- Patrons may not sleep in group rooms.
- Doors should not be locked by students during use.
- Furniture from elsewhere in the library may not be moved into the study room.
- Any furniture that is moved during use should be returned to its original location.
- These rooms are not soundproof; be respectful of others working and studying in the library.
- Groups are given priority over individual use.
- If you are a drop-in individual or group, you may be asked to vacate for a group with a reservation.
- Please take all belongings when you leave. The library is not responsible for any belongings that are left in the study rooms. Any belongings found after use will be held until 3:00 that day; after 3:00 they will be taken to the lost and found in the front office.
- Food & drink, cell phone, and other library policies are enforced in group study rooms.
Enforcement of Group Study Room Use Policy
We strongly prefer that our users police themselves and abide by this policy which has been designed to balance the needs of the library with the convenience of our patrons. However, if a library staff members does observe an infraction, that staff member will inform the offending party of this policy and ask that they desist, relocate or leave the library. Users who fail to adhere to this policy after being notified by a library staff member will be written up.
Group Room Reservations
Please check the calendar before reserving a group room.