Library Media Services


On behalf of the students and staff, welcome to the Lines Library! We are here to serve the needs of our learning community. Our focus is on building strong, vibrant student learning experiences in our school library media center and partnering with our staff in creating challenging instructional activities that make students active learners. 


The library is open each school day from 8:00-3:00. Each class has a scheduled time for information literacy integration and book check-out during the school week. Students do not have to wait for their checkout day to exchange books. They may check out books on any school day and are not confined to their book checkout day. 

Book Collection

The Lines Literature Collection consists of thousands of books appropriate for a wide spectrum of elementary readers as well as an online magazine subscription service called Flipster. The Lines Multimedia Collection includes portable laptop carts, digital cameras, digital video cameras, and LCD projectors and Smart Boards at every grade level. The staff and students at Lines Elementary would like to thank the PTO for their continuous support as we optimize success for all students.

Student Accounts 

To check a student's account, go to Catalog Search.

  • Tap on Log In 
  • Type in the student's first initial/last name (ex: arolain) and Barrington School District ID number (ex: 123456)
  • Tap on  Submit.

To see which items are currently checked out and when they are due, tap on the three-line menu in the upper left-hand corner and select Checkouts. Favorite lists and holds can also be created when students are logged into Destiny Discover.

Check Out Policy 

Students may check out books at any time during the school week. Books may be kept for one week with the option to renew for an additional week or longer if required for school projects. Additional books may be checked out for classroom research projects and assignments as needed.

  • Kindergarten: 1 book in the fall, 2 books in the spring
  • Grades 1-5: 2 books or more if required for classroom research projects

Overdue Policy 

Overdue reminders are printed once a month. There are no overdue fines. However, if a student damages a book beyond repair or loses a book, they will be asked to pay for the item so that it can be replaced as soon as possible. If a book is found and returned, all fines will be refunded.

library media services staff 

Rebecca Brichta

Library Technology Assistant

Amy Rolain

Teacher Librarian