About the LRC
The Richard M. Kamm Learning Resource Center (LRC) is Community High School District 94's school library. It is a place to read, relax, study, hang out with friends, do research and homework. Our staff is here to help you with research assignments, find a good book or use the library more effectively. So, please ask.
Hours of Operation
The library is open from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. when school is in session. In recent years, we have also had staff tutors after school. When tutors are here, we are open until 4:30 p.m.
Do I need my ID or a hall pass to visit the LRC?
Yes, please scan your ID card at the blue desk before & after school, during lunch periods and when entering with a study period group. Otherwise you should have a pass from your teacher.
How do I check out a book? What if I return it late?
Your school ID is your library card. You can check out up to three books, eBooks or audio books for 2 weeks at a time. Reference materials or materials currently used by a class may be borrowed overnight. If the book is returned after the due date, fines are 20¢ per day for 2 week checkouts and $1.00 per day for reference and overnight materials.
What are the LRC guidelines?
Students can use the LRC copier to scan & send a document to email. You are allowed a limited number of color copies. You may copy up to 5 pages of a book. Please see an LRC staff member to assist you with your copy needs.
Who works in the LRC?