Answered By: Emily Newberry
Last Updated: Jun 01, 2022     Views: 109

From our Access Policy: 

"...children under age twelve may enter the library only in the company of a responsible adult. Children must stay within sight of the accompanying adult at all times (visits to restrooms excepted as appropriate). The adult is responsible for the child’s conduct and will be asked to remove the child from the library in case of inappropriate behavior.

Inappropriate behavior includes loud talking, running around, approaching other library users and/or staff, crying, or any other conduct likely to disturb persons using the library for study.

Unaccompanied children will be asked to return to their accompanying adult or leave the area. If a problem persists (e.g. there is no accompanying adult), Public Safety will be notified."

See the full policy on public access to the Thompson Library.

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