We welcome students to use the library 8:15 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. Monday - Friday. Students may use the library before school and during lunch by showing their Student ID Card upon entrance. A pass is required to visit the Library during class. Student ID’s are required to check out materials and use the computers. No food or drinks are allowed in the Library.


  • Students may have up to three (3) books checked out at any one time for two weeks.
  • Books may be renewed for an additional two weeks.
  • Fines are assessed for all books lost or returned damaged.


  • Students are responsible for the textbooks assigned to them.
  • Students must pay replacement or repair costs for lost, stolen, or damaged books/materials from lockers or elsewhere.
  • Textbooks generally cost between $50 and $80 each.
  • There is a charge for damaged or missing barcodes.
  • Students are responsible for looking through each of their textbooks for pre-existing damage.
  • During September, students may bring damage issues to the attention of a Library staff member. After this grace period, the student is responsible for any unrecorded damage.
  • When lost books/materials are paid for, but later found and returned in acceptable condition within 12 months of payment, a refund will be mailed to the parent’s last known address.
  • Do not apply tape to any part of the book or use sticky contact covers.
  • The name of the student is to be written in ink inside the front cover of the book.
  • Textbook return is scheduled near the end of the year, typically in late May or early June.


  • Students are issued a Chromebook and charger for academic use at the beginning of the school year in grade 6 and for any incoming student new to San Diego Unified School District.
  • Muirlands students are expected to keep and use their Chromebook for schoolwork for the duration of their time in Middle School.
  • Chromebooks will be exchanged at the high school at the beginning of grade 9.
  • Students must bring their Chromebook and charger to school each day.
  • There are a limited number of Daily Loaner Chromebooks available in the library if a student forgets to bring their assigned Chromebook.
  • Chromebooks are issued for academic work. Games, videos and music are not allowed, except as assigned by a teacher.
  • If a Chromebook is having operating issues, the student should bring the Chromebook to the library for the IT Tech or Library Tech to resolve.

Chromebook Care

  • Students should keep their Chromebooks free of stickers, markers and other substances.
  • Students should not remove keys from the keypad of their Chromebook.
  • Students should set their backpacks down gently and refrain from closing their lockers forcibly when the Chromebook is inside their backpack.
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