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This guide will give you more information about this year's OPTIONAL faculty & staff summer opportunities. This summer’s recommendations were chosen specifically by the PD & Formation Team to continue our process of exploring diverse voices, global citizenship, and issues of equity and inclusion in a school environment. Although these summer recommendations are optional, we hope that everyone will find at least one that they are excited to explore during the summer, either individually or with colleagues. Time will be set aside during August Inservice to discuss and reflect upon the summer recommendations with others who chose the same option(s).

Click each title below, or use the tabs up above, to find a summary, author info, course description, etc.  

If you choose to read a book, please sign up using THIS GOOGLE FORM by June 1 if you want the copies of your books before you leave for the summer. If you have questions, please email Alyssa!

Summer BOOK options:

Summer COURSE options:

Library Information






Please welcome Mr. Dan Kelley as
our new Head of Library Services.

The library will be closed for the summer but will be open from 7:30-5:00 M-F during the school year.

Any books you still have out
should be returned in August.

To contact the library please call 


The Clark Library is a haven for quiet study, research, and personal reading

Eating food and drinking anything other than water is not allowed in the library. 

Borrowing Books & other material:

  • Students may have 10 items checked out at a time.
  • Your ID card serves as your library card to check out materials
  • If you use any books that you do not intend to check out, put them on the Return Books cart when you are finished.


Students who have overdue items will:

  • Receive an overdue locker notice on Monday.
  • Have an email sent to their parents on Thursday.
  • Receive a JUG the following Monday if they still have not renewed or returned their material, and begin accruing fines of $1.00 per day per item. Overdue fines collected will be given to the Arrupe Fund.

Students who lose or damage library material must pay for the replacement of material.


Students may use computers to enhance their learning. Please limit gaming to home time.

Internet Acceptable Use Policy

If you want to cite an Internet source for any paper in any class at Jesuit, follow theInternet Acceptable Use Policy

Technology Policy

As a Catholic, college-preparatory school, Jesuit High School recognizes the need to educate young men and women to use technology ethically and effectively and follow the Technology Policy.

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