Welcome to Mead Library*!
The library’s central location on the P.K. Yonge campus reflects its purpose as a hub for students from all grade levels to unite with each other and faculty members to pursue knowledge and delight in their education. The Mead Library houses the iDig Fossils Project, MyDistrict Florida Virtual School Classroom, 6th Grade Digital Citizenship Education Enrichment, annual secondary standardized testing, and meetings and workshops where the P.K. Yonge community convenes with others from around the nation.
Library Hours: Monday – Friday 7:45am-5:30pm
- Middle School students may use the library after school until 3:30pm
- High School students may use the library after school until 5:30pm
*IMPORTANT NOTE: The Mead Library will be closed beginning June 2018 due to the construction of our new secondary building | Phase II – Secondary | All library loans will cease Friday, March 23, 2018. All items must be returned by Friday, April 13, 2018.
Library loans will cease on Friday, March 23, 2018 as the Mead Library collections will be stored while construction takes place. All items that have been checked out must be returned to the Mead Library no later than Friday, April 13, 2018.
Under normal circumstances, books are checked out for 3 weeks and loans can be renewed. Overdue fines are 10 cents per day, and books that are lost or damaged must be paid in full. Visitors from the University of Florida may check out books and resources by presenting a Gator 1 Card. However, the last day to check materials out from the Mead Library is Friday, March 23rd, 2018. | P.K.Yonge at the University of Florida Jr/Sr Special Borrower’s Card Policy
Faculty Library Needs – Materials requested by faculty prior to storing the collection will be accessible and checked out to faculty as needed.
Student Library Needs – There will be card sign-up opportunities throughout the coming year for students to get Alachua County Public Library cards, and there is work underway to have the bookmobile come to P.K. once a month for students to check out materials. All 6th-12th grade students have access to the Overdrive app on their Chromebooks, which allows them to download available eBooks from the public library with a current library card.
Elementary Libraries – For elementary students, each learning community has a library which students will be able to use for the duration of the project.
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The library will be open for classes, research (excluding testing days), and after school until the end of the 2017-18 school year, but will be closed during construction of the new secondary building.
Food and beverages are not permitted inside the library. Students may enjoy food and drinks at the picnic tables and benches outside Mead Library and in the foyer.