The mission of the library media program is to support the curriculum and to provide the resources and personnel to “build a learner who can thrive in a complex information environment.” Based on: AASL’s Standards for the 21st-Century Learner
– Library Media Specialist
- Monday-Thursday: 6:45am–2:30pm
- Friday: 6:45am -2:10pm
- Students are also welcome during both lunch periods.
The Media Center offers an extensive collection of print and non-print resources including: books, magazines, newspapers, online reference sources and more. The Media Center resources have been specifically selected to support the school’s instructional program. The online resources may be accessed by clicking the icons at the top of this page. Some of these resources require an ID and password. Please see the media specialists for the ID and password.
The Media Center has computers available for student use. These computers may be used for Internet access and word processing. Computers are for educational purposes only. Students may print from the many computers located in the media center. The first five pages are free of charge (school-related printing) and $.10 for any additional pages. A 24 station computer lab is also located in the Media Center for instructional use.
Our circulation system is computerized. Students must have their student ID card with them to check out materials. Students may check out 3 books at a time. Books may be checked out for a period of 15 school days. Some encyclopedias are available for overnight check out. Fines will be assessed for overdue books at a rate of $.05 per day per book.