Resource Rooms/Library All resource rooms and the Library are provided as a service to students. Students are expected to demonstrate respect for teachers/peers and to follow guidelines. If a student wishes to go to the Library or a resource center during a lunch resource or study hall period, he/she should report directly to the Library or resource center before the tardy bell. Some rooms require a signed pass by a teacher.
SUBJECT DEPARTMENT ROOM HOURS
English Literacy Center
Students can visit the Literacy Center for assistance from peer tutors and/or teachers on reading strategies and all aspects of the writing process: planning, drafting, revising, and publishing. Students can attend voluntarily, or by teacher recommendation. All tutoring sessions are drop-in. Students can also get assistance in the Literacy Center on writing assignments in Science and Social Studies classes.
A322 Periods 4, 5 and 6
Students may use the Library on a first come first serve basis during periods that they have study hall, resource or lunch. Students may also use the Library before or after school. (7:00- 4:30) Student IDs are required at all times except before school. Entry during the lunch periods (4, 5 & 6) may be according to last name if space is limited. Attendance is taken in the library, so students must arrive before the bell. Check the DGS Library website for closings.
Math Math Resource
Students using the Math Resource are expected to be on time and have their Student ID to scan for attendance. Students are to be seated at a table/computer, work on mathematics for the period and be prepared with materials and questions. D374
Monday Friday 7:20 3:20
World Language Language Technology (A201) World Language Resource Center (A202)
The Language Technology Lab is open from 7:20-7:55 am and 3:20 4:00 pm for students who want to drop in. During the rest of the day students must be with a class. Students are to work on specific assignments that involve the use of content area related technology. The Resource Center is open for tutoring and content area related computer work during lunch periods only. Students must arrive on time and have their IDs with them.
Language Lab A201
Resource A202 Periods 4, 5, 6
The Testing Center is available for students who need to make-up quizzes or tests. Students will need to show their current ID to use the center. Written activities can also be made up in the center. The best way for students to enter the Testing Center is through Room E238.
& Periods 1, 4, 5, 6, & 8