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Digital Textbooks

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Lost & Damaged Textbooks

  • Damage/Lost Textbook Fines

     

    Cover Damage                 $10.00

    Water/Liquid Damage    $10.00 - Replacement Value

    Missing Barcode              $10.00

    Torn/Missing Pages        $1.00 - Replacement Value

    Writing in Book                $1.00 - $10.00     

     

    Replacement Textbooks

     

    If you wish to purchase a replacement book online you must make sure to get the correct edition.  Using the book's ISBN number is the best way to make sure you are purchasing the correct replacement.  A list of ISBN numbers for currently adopted textbooks can be found here.  

     
    ****We do not give refunds for books that were replaced with another book.****
     

    Q & A

     

    Q) What if my textbook can't be used again?

    A) Excessive damage to a book that causes it to be unusable will result in the student being charged for the replacement cost of the book.

     

    Q) How do I get another textbook if mine is lost or stolen?

    A) As soon as the replacement cost of the textbook is paid, a copy of the receipt is all you need to clear the fine.  If you wish to purchase a replacement book online you must make sure to get the correct edition.  Using the book's ISBN number is the best way to make sure you are purchasing the correct replacement.  A list of ISBN numbers for currently adopted textbooks can be found here.  

    ****We do not give refunds for books that were replaced with another book.****

    Q) What if a student pays for a textbook that is later found?

    A) The book becomes the property of the student/parent as soon as the textbook bill has been paid.  If a student later finds a textbook for which they have paid and the textbook is still a current adoption, the student will receive a refund. 

    *** We do not refund for lost textbook novels.  ****We do not give refunds for books that were replaced with another book.****

     

    Q) What if a teacher allows students store textbooks in the classroom?

    A)  Students store textbooks in classrooms at their own risk.  A student is responsible for the textbook they checked out – not just any textbook.  If the textbook disappears from the classroom, the student is still responsible for the textbook.  We do not recommend storing textbooks in the classroom. 

Last Modified on August 31, 2021