[baisl] Re: Question for high school librarians - on food in library

  • From: Jessica Simons <jsimons@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: baisl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 22 May 2018 10:51:40 -0700

Yes we do, going on two years now.  It's so popular that we have a whole
system of counting students in and giving passes to limit the number.  The
students are much better this year about cleaning up and throwing trash
away (still requires us to walk back and remind them when the bell rings),
but the table and floors still have crumbs. I've been working to get
custodians to come after lunches because our admins and students really
want this policy to continue.   Bottom line, they were always eating in
here, but now they don't try to hide it and stuff food in shelves, etc.
Plus, I no longer have to stand there and tell them to stop constantly,
which was creating a real negative atmosphere in the space.

Jessica

On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 10:43 AM, Mary Anne McGill <mmcgill@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Dear high school librarian colleagues,

Quick question:  *do you allow students and faculty to eat lunch in your
high school library?*

Thanks,
Mary Anne


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Mary Anne McGill
Librarian / Literary Magazine Advisor

San Francisco Waldorf High School
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*Jessica SimonsHead Librarian jsimons@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
<jsimons@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 510-881-4349   *
*Moreau Catholic High School*
*Compassionate College Prep*
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Hayward, CA  94544
510.881.4300
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