Library Media Center

Staff 

Ms. Christina Connell, Media Specialist

Mrs. Judy Roe, Media Clerk

Media Center Hours

The media center is open from 7:45 AM - 3:45 PM. Students are expected to behave appropriately and to be familiar with all rules and procedures. These are outlined in the student handbook and are explained during media center orientation.

Our hope is that the media center will be a reading "haven" and a place where everyone can enjoy the love of learning. Come and visit anytime!

Catalog

Click HERE to find out about all of the materials that our media center has to offer! We provide print and digital materials, including eBooks, and our catalog shows the availability of items in real time.
Please see Mrs. Connell or Mrs. Roe with any questions about how to use the catalog. 

DISCUS Virtual Library

Click HERE to access Discus, a virtual online library made available to all S.C. students in public schools and libraries. 

DISCUS has numerous databases that provide quality, reliable research information for students of any age.

Please see Mrs. Connell or Mrs. Roe to obtain this year's ID and password for home access.


Circulation

Students:

Students may borrow two books with a circulation period of 2 weeks. Magazines and materials in the Graphic Collection circulate for 7 days. Books should be returned to the circulation desk or the book drop in the Cafe lobby.

Fines are 5 cents per day per book or magazine. Students are responsible for payment for lost or damaged materials. All materials must be returned or paid for by the end of the school year. Students may not check out more materials while they have unpaid fines or lost/overdue items. Unpaid fines and lost items carry over to the following school year and even to other schools in the district. Once an account is cleared, the student may check items out as usual.

Teachers:

Teachers are not charged fines and may check out books (including reference and classroom sets) and magazines for as long as needed. There is no limit on the number of books a teacher may have. Audiovisual materials and equipment should be returned in a timely fashion as a courtesy to other teachers. All items--books, professional materials, videos, audiobooks, and equipment--must be returned by the end of the year before teacher checkout for summer vacation.