Phone: 720-886-3700
Fax: 720-886-3788
Attendance: 720-886-3795

4655 South Himalaya Street
Aurora, CO 80015-5530
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Welcome to the Aspen Crossing 'Mount Marmot' Library!

Our Mission: The mission of the ACE Library is to support curriculum, assist all students and staff in becoming effective, ethical, and creative users of ideas and information and to foster a love of reading and literature.

Library Hours: The ACE Library is open on school from 9:00am – 3:00pm. Students are welcome to come in any time during the school day. If we are busy with a scheduled class, students can still browse for books and leave their choice, along with their name, on the circulation desk. We will check the books out and bring them to their classroom.

Check-out Policy: K-1st grade students may check out one (1) book at a time.  2nd-5th grade students may check out two (2)* books at a time for a period of two weeks.  Books may be renewed if the student does not finish reading them by the date they are due. *Extra books may be checked out for research projects, if needed.

Overdue Items:  If a student has a book that is overdue they will not be permitted to check out any additional items until the overdue items are either returned, or the replacement cost is paid. If the item is later found and returned within six (6) months unharmed, the cost may be refunded.

Lost or Damaged Books:  A student who checked out an item that has become lost or damaged is responsible for paying the cost to replace the book.

Volunteers: We welcome parent and community volunteers! If you would like to read with children, work with students, or help maintain the collection, please contact Mary Hahn at 720.886.3713. This is a great way to be involved in your child's education.

Donations: Parents often ask about donating books as their child outgrows them. Donations can really help a library expand its collection. If you would like to donate books please contact the library.

Birthday Books: In addition, we have a Birthday Book Club where parents can select a new book already purchased for the library to donate in honor of their child's birthday. After selecting a book we will insert a label inside the book with your child's name and birthday.  The book is then part of our collection for years to come. 

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