Nighthawk Tutoring 20/21 Plan

DNHS seeks to provide all Nighthawk Tutoring users with a welcoming, comfortable, and safe environment promoting intellectual exploration and learning, access to well-managed and diverse library collections, and the help of knowledgeable staff.


The following Use & Conduct Policies are intended to ensure a pleasant and productive environment for study and research for all users.

These Use & Conduct Policies are applicable to all library/ Nighthawk Tutorial users and are enforceable by any/all DNHS staff in attendance.

A. General Behavior: Users are expected to respect other students and DNHS staff at all times.

  1. Disruptive activity or any behavior interfering with ordinary library use or operation, likely to endanger others, or that other students might reasonably find disruptive is not permitted.

  2. Interfering with a staff member’s performance of duties, including through verbal abuse, intimidation, or any type of harassment is not permitted.

  3. All students are expected to sign-up before arrival to Nighthawk Tutoring.  Failure to sign-up will result in the student being asked to leave the library.  Students may only sign-up for themselves and not for other students. 

B. Tutoring Procedure:

  1. COVID protocols: 

    1. Students will have temperature checks and be asked COVID screening questions upon arrival.

    2. Social distancing will be strictly enforced.

  2. To maintain a 12:1 teacher/student ratio, students will sign-up via the Sign-Up Genius link that will be placed on DNHS website.

  3. During the sign-up process, students will add what content/subject that they will be requesting tutoring for.

  4. While at tutoring, students will have access to tutoring for the following:

    1. Integrated Math I, II, III

    2. Calculus

    3. Social Science

    4. Biology

    5. Chemistry

    6. National Honor Society Peer Tutoring (virtual)

    7. WHAT Center (virtual)

C. Facility Use: Library facilities are intended for ordinary library activities and those sponsored by the Library. Users are expected to respect library facilities.

Users may not:

  1. Enter or remain in unauthorized areas of library facilities at any time or in any space when closed to the public. Users must leave the building at closing, during emergencies/ evacuations, and whenever so requested by library staff or public safety personnel. Access to and use of library facilities will be restricted to DNHS faculty, staff, and students with valid campus ID (may have to use last year’s ID).

  2. Obstruct access to study facilities, workstations, or library materials.

  3. Conduct in horseplay, use foul language, or harass fellow students.

  4. Vandalize, deface, damage, or destroy library buildings, furniture, or equipment.

  5. Tamper with fire systems.

  6. Film or photograph library users or DNHS staff without their knowledge and consent.

  7. Bring animals into library buildings, with the exception of service animals assisting individuals with disabilities. No other animals, including pets, emotional support animals, and therapy animals, are permitted.  

  8. Bring bikes and motorized carts into library buildings.  

  9. Bring firearms, other weapons, fireworks, or other dangerous devices/substances into library buildings.

  10. Smoke (including electronic cigarettes) or use any form of tobacco in library facilities, near library entrances, or as prohibited by campus policy.

  11. Leave personal belongings unattended. The Library is not responsible for damage or theft of personal property.

*Please bring your own hand sanitizer and keep all non essential items at home.

*If a student is unwilling to leave the premises when asked, school administration will be notified & appropriate consequences will apply.


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