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The homework tutor is a Nogales High School Senior and is overseen by the Children’s Services Coordinator, Denisse Ortega. There will also be a special interest projects for the children as well from time to time.
A free service for all library cardholders in Santa Cruz County. This service provides users with free materials (books or movies) from public libraries across the United States. For more information please call Sandra Mascareñas at 520-285-5714.
Nogales-Rochlin Library (Wednesdays at 11:00 AM) Rio Rico (Wednesdays at 10:00 AM Tubac Library (Wednesday at 11:00 AM)
The Library Fans meet regularly to discuss books, plans and have funraisers for the library
After School Program:
The Nogales-Santa Cruz County Public Library system offers a homework help/after school program.
It runs the entire school year for 36 weeks Monday through Thursday from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM at the Nogales-Rochlin Library
Summer Reading Program:
Every Monday – At the Nogales and Rio Rico libraries.
There are 25 databases on our RESOURCES web page there are 25 databases some of which can help with homework. It is for elementary age students through college age students.
Children’s Story Hour:
Every Wednesday at the Nogales – Rochlin Library at 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Every Wednesday at the Rio Rico Library from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Every Friday at the Tubac Library from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
All of these programs are designed for pre-school children. In addition to stories, songs, and movement, children also participate in other learning activities.
If you have any questions please call the Children’s Wing at 520-285-5713 and ask for Denisse Ortega.
All materials maybe returned at any of our libraries in the Nogales/Santa County Public Library system. In the case of audio & dvds these items are not to be left in the book drop. If the materials are being mailed to a library, the patron is fully responsible for the condition of the material(s) en route to its destination. Patrons are also fully responsible for any materials left in the bookdrop.
Patrons must have valid library cards to check out materials. If they do not have their cards with them, they may still check out materials if they have photo ID and they are registered in the system. Books and Audio cd’s may be checked out for a 3 week period. DVDs may be checked out for a 1 week period. Circulation records are confidential.
Charge for Overdue:
- Books & audios are .25 cents per day/per book not to exceed $10.00. DVDS are $1.00 per day/per dvd not to exceed $5.00. Sundays & holidays are NOT counted as ‘FINE’ days.
- If the patron does not pay then automatically the message is affixed to their record. Patron may pay in payments and the computer keeps track. The system allows the patron to check out books if the fine does not exceed $10.00.
Could be made in person or by phone.
There is a limit to the amount of materials that may be checked out.
|Adults – residents of Santa Cruz County||22-28||12-16||4-6||6|
|Adults -borrowing on a visitor card||6||4||1||1|
|Adults – residents of Nogalas,Sonora||12||8||4|
|Adults – home bound and have contacted the library for home delivery||24||16||4||4|
|Teachers – residents of Santa Cruz County and/or teach in Santa Cruz County||40-46||30||4-6||6|
|Youth – between 13 and 17||10-14||7-10||2||2|
|Children – younger than 13||4-6||4||1||1|
Nogales-Rochlin Public Library serves a community of over 25,000 residents with Internet computer access, 56,000 volumes, and dozens of newspapers and magazines. There is a weekly Storytime, homework help, special after-school programs for children.
The Nogales-Santa Cruz County Public Library fosters an environment in which minds can grow; promotes literacy and an active, informed citizenry; and supports formal and informal education. The Library provides access through its collection and participation in an evolving network of libraries to the informational, educational and cultural records of the society.
The Library serves all members of the community regardless of economic standing, age or language. The Library system should be equitably financed and governed by the City of Nogales and Santa Cruz County and will deliver efficiently and effectively, modern library services to all residents at a reasonable cost. The Nogales-Santa Cruz County Public Library in fulfilling its mission acts as a support center for students to meet educational objectives, a popular material center to provide the library users with current, high-interest materials, a reference center with accurate, timely information and gateway to reading for children and parents. Through its Rio Rico, Sonoita, and Tubac branches, the role of the library is primarily to provide popular materials and encourage recreational reading by adults and children.
The homework tutor is a Nogales High SchoolSenior and is overseen by Children’s Services Coordinator, Denise Ortega. There will also be a special interest projects for the children as well from time to time.
A free service for all library cardholders in Santa Cruz County. This service provides isers with free materials (books or movies) from public libraries across the United States. Form more information please call Sandra Mascareñas at 520-285-5714.
Weekly Story Times:
Nogales-Rochlin Library (Wednesdays at 11:00am) Rio Rico (Wednesdays at 10:00am) Tubac Library (Wednesday at 11:00am)
The Library Fans meet regularly to discuss books, plans and have fundraisers for the library.
Know an adult that lives in Santa Cruz County that needs help with reading? Contact Literacy Coordinator, at 287-0111.