Library Mission Statement
The mission of the library media program is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of resources, ideas, and information and to promote in our youth the powers of literacy and competencies to function effectively in the workplace of the 21st century. This mission recognizes the essential role of the school library media program in the educational process as a catalyst for all academic instruction and a dynamic for excellence in education.
Regular Hours6:55 AM - 1:50 PM
After School Hours
1:50 PM - 2:45 PM
Listen to announcements for Library/Media Center Closings.
2019 Student Recommended Summer Reading Books (Play Video)
Library/Media Center Announcements
If your Chromebook is damaged or not working properly, bring it the the Library Media Center (LMC). If the Chromebook is damaged and you have insurance, you will need to file a claim. You will be given a Chromebook to borrow for the longterm if you need one. The Chromebook will be compatible with the charger you received at the beginning of the school year. If you do not have insurance, you will have to complete a fines report sheet. You will be given a copy of the report to bring home. All "loss" or "theft" issues involving Chromebooks will be referred to the main office where you will be asked to complete the BLUE Theft/Loss sheet. All students who report a damaged Chromebook will receive a Chromebook to borrow while in school for the entire school day. Daily Loaner Chromebooks are to be returned to the LMC before the end of the last period of the day.
Need to print something?
Students do not have the ability to print documents from their chromebooks. Stop by the Library/Media Center, sign in, go to a computer in the lab, login with your Windows account and print the documents you need in color or black and white.
Borrow and read an eBook anytime.
Click the "Online Catalog" link at the right under CONTENTS. Then, login to Follett Destiny at the top right. Use the same username and password you use to login to your Chromebook. Then choose the "Material Type" dropdown menu and select ELECTRONIC BOOK. Type in a search term and select your eBook. It will be yours for fourteen days.
Need a textbook while in the Library/Media Center?
Ask for one at the circulation desk. It will be on loan to you while you are in the Library/Media Center. Some sudents enrolled in LOLA classes will also have textbooks available to them.
Library Book Policy
Library books are to be checked out at the Help Desk. Generally a book is due after four weeks. Each day the book is past its due date, a five cent fine will be added to the student's account. Eventually, the student's name will be placed on the school's Fines List if the book is not returned or the fine is not paid. Students can check the status of their borrowed materials by logging in to the online catalog and then choosing the "My Info" tab at the top left.
Books In the Spotlight...
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
In his memoir, lawyer Bryan Stevenson discusses his career. Stevenson has spent the majority of his career helping people on death row, especially those who were wrongly convicted. His story paints the harsh reality of poverty in the United States and would be useful for students studying sociology, criminology, and history. Those students who want to pursue a career in law will find Stevenson's story to be heartbreaking but inspirational.
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Important Links for Teachers & Staff
Library/Media Center Schedule Before requesting dates to visit the Library Media Center or plan a lesson/project with the Media Specialist, please take a look at this schedule for availability.
Library/Media Center Equipment Request Form Teachers, please complete this form if you need to borrow items from the Library/Media Center.
Important Links for Students
4. Mrs. Kelly: Google Sites
5. Mr. Baratta: Ecological Issues Project