Monday, Tuesday*, Thursday, Friday
7:30 AM to 3:30 PM
8:15 AM to 3:30 PM
* The library may be closed some Tuesday and Wednesday mornings due to staff meetings.
eLibrary Login Information
Fairfield’s eLibrary is up and running! You can read or listen to a variety of fiction and nonfiction books on your laptop. Or add the app to your smartphone and take your digital library with you wherever you go.
To access the bookshelf, students and staff have a two step login.
First, head to https://jlg.ipublishcentral.com/
Use the following to log in to the school’s eLibrary
From here, you can log in to your personal account using the username you use to log in to your laptop and the password falconsread.
Need more help? Read the step-by-step directions.
Loans, Loan Period, and Renewals
JH students may check out 3 books. HS students may check out 4 books.
If the Fairfield library does not have a desired title, a student can request it from one of the elementary schools or through the inter-library loan program. See Mrs. Kambs for assistance.
The typical loan period is two weeks.
Students may renew a book twice.
Late books accumulate a $0.10 fine per book per day. The fine stops accumulating when it reaches $1.00 (10 days) unless the student renews it and it becomes late again.
Visiting the Library
Students are required to sign in when they arrive and sign out when they leave.
The exceptions to this rule are as follows:
– When the student is visiting before or after school
– When the student is visiting between class periods (during passing period)
– When the student is with a teacher, paraprofessional, or other adult
– When the student’s visit is less than one minute e.g. picking up something from the printer
Students may NOT
Middlebury Community Public Library offers a $15 summer library card
Ligonier Public Library offers a year-round library card for $46.50
Goshen Public Library offers a year-round library card for $55.00 per individual
The INSPIRE database reads the numbers on your internet address for your mobile or home computer. If it is positive that you are within the State of Indiana, it lets you right in. If it does not recognize your device as an Indiana device, you need to go to this site and login with a username and password. Getting your own account is free, but involves them mailing a postcard to your Indiana street address.
When you get to the site, choose the K-12 option for your research. You will find several different reference databases. The high school full text magazines include these: EBSCOHost MAS Ultra School Edition
The middle school full text magazines include these: Middle Search Plus
The TOPIC Search database current events database allows researchers to explore social, political & economic issues, scientific discoveries and other popular topics discussed in today’s classrooms including controversial opinions and viewpoints. A listing of all the periodicals covered in this database can be found here: