Teacher’s Resources

Assignment Alert

The library endeavors to provide quality services and resources for its patrons. With that in mind,
we try our best to make available high demand materials for students. Please use this form to notify library staff of upcoming assignments, reports and/or research projects. Feel free to attach
additional information, including handouts the students will receive. Please mail, fax or drop off
the completed form to the library; preferably at least 2 weeks before students receive the
assignment. Occasionally, wemight not have sufficient materials on hand to accommodate many
students at once. Should we not have enough copies of required titles or books on a specific
subject, please remind students that materials requested from other BCCLS libraries can take
approximately 4-5 business dayto arrive at our library. Also, in order for materials to be checked out they mustbring their library cards.

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Class Visit

The library embraces its role as a secondary support for academics: supplementing school resources and hosting class visits when possible. We want each student’s orientation and experience with the library to be a positive one. A successful class visit can be achieved with effective communication and advanced planning between the educator and the appropriate library staff. With consideration for all of our library patrons in mind, some hours may be unavailable for class visits due to limited space or staffing.

Please fill out the following form to request a class visit at least 4 weeks in advance of your preferred visit date(s). Once the form is received, you will be contacted with a confirmation from a library staff member to discuss details.

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Student Library Cards

The library embraces its role as a secondary support for academics. Students are eligible for a Cliffside Park Library Card. 

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Tutor Policy

The Trustees of the Cliffside Park Public Library will not provide any public space for conducting private business by individuals in the Library. This private business includes tutoring by private paid tutors, presentations to prospective clients for paid services and/or solicitation of goods. Paid tutors may not publish or distribute advertisements or letters indicating the Library as their place of doing business or otherwise imply Library sponsorship of their activities.

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