The Durocher Library is a bright, comfortable place for study, research and reading. This space opened in September 2010 with an ever-evolving collection of books, periodicals, non-print and digital resources to support and enrich the curriculum. It also provides recreational reading for students and staff.
The library is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, when classes are in session.
Our library technicians are Ms. Kelsey Jennings and Ms. Christina Janzen. Their goal for the library is to promote reading and research for both knowledge and pleasure. They're here to help students gain information gathering skills for life-long learning.
Contact library staff at email@example.com or by phone (204) 478-6034.
Blessed Marie Rose Durocher
The Durocher Library is named in honour of Blessed Marie Rose Durocher. Her vision that an entire society can be transformed when the minds and hearts of young women are properly formed, inspires the work at St. Mary's Academy. Read our Legacy page to learn more.
- A to Z Maps
- Canadian Parents for French
- Criterion on Demand
- Global Road Warrior
- Marshall Cavendish
- National Film Board
- National Geographic Magazine
- New Scientist
- Salem Press
- Winnipeg Free Press - Newspapers in Education
Any necessary login information is added to the ‘Necessary Credentials’ document.
Policies and Procedures
The Library is available for study and research. Conversation and working together in small groups are allowed, as long as this activity does not infringe on the rights of others. No food or drink is allowed. Students are expected to follow the St. Mary’s Academy Code of Conduct at all time in the library. Students presenting disruptive behavior (as listed in the Student Handbook/Agenda) will be asked to leave and may lose library borrowing privileges.
Technology Acceptable Use
Students can use the computers in the library and adjacent computer lab throughout the day. Students must abide by the Academy’s Computer Network Acceptable Use Policy. All Internet use applies to any network station at St. Mary’s Academy, including the library. It is the responsibility of the student and parent/guardian to be aware of the contents of the Computer Network Acceptable Use Policy.
Most books and back issues of magazines may be checked out for three weeks and can be renewed if necessary. Reference materials may be checked out for overnight use. Students are responsible for any item checked out in their name.
Teachers often request that certain materials be placed on reserve to ensure equal access to those items for all class members. These items may be checked out at 3:30 p.m. for overnight use. They must be returned the following morning by 8:30 a.m.
Items not returned by the due date will be considered overdue. Overdue notices will be sent to the student’s school email. Students with items more than 3 weeks overdue will receive a written notice to return material or face possible detention.