The Montezuma Public Library Board believes that the Internet should be made available to our young patrons for educational, informational, and recreational use. However, the responsibility for supervision of Internet use is solely the parent or guardian’s even though filtering software is in use.
CHILDREN’S INTERNET USE GUIDELINES
Children under 10 years of age must have a parent or guardian present when using the library’s Internet computers.
We welcome children’s school-issued devices for wireless internet use.
Children ages 10 through 17 must have a signed Permission for Internet Use form on file at the library to use the library’s Internet computers. The parent or guardian must sign the permission slip before children are allowed access the first time.
· Montezuma Public Library Board cannot control the information found on the Internet. The information cannot be guaranteed to be accurate. Parents must help their children evaluate what is found. The library board disclaims any liability originating from access to or use of the Internet.
· Inappropriate use of the Internet as outlined in the Montezuma Public Library Board’s Guidelines will result in loss of Internet privileges.
· The library staff may, at their discretion, revoke Internet privileges.
Montezuma Public Library Board Meetings are typically held on the last Wednesday of each month in the library at 5:00 pm The library is currently suspending regular monthly board meetings during this Covid-19 health emergency. This decision was recently granted by Indiana Governor Executive Orders. The library board and director is communicating through email. You may email the library director with any questions or concerns @ firstname.lastname@example.org.