Originally Issued: 3/13/2000
In keeping with Monroe Free Library's mission to enrich the community's quality of life, to support formal and lifelong independent learning, and to provide services necessary for supporting these ends, the following guidelines are to be observed in regard to use of facilities by tutors:
- Tutoring may be carried out by members of established and recognized institutions, groups and associations with educational, cultural or civic purposes.
- Tutoring on the premises of the library may not be carried out for individual profit, salary or any other form of personal financial gain.
- Minors, under the legal age of 18 years of age, must be accompanied by two adults for the tutoring session: two adults at least 18 years of age or older. A tutor of majority age will count as one of the two required adults.
- Minor students are the responsibility of the adult parent, guardian or caregiver, 18 years or older while on the library premises; and released to a parent, guardian or caregiver or to transportation authorized in writing by the parent, guardian or caregiver pursuant to the Unattended Children Policy.