Library Media Center
Elaine Cechak, Library Media Specialist
Laurie Lester, Library Assistant
The MISSION of the Library Media Program is to ensure that students have the opportunity to:
Learn information skills
Use information skills effectively to solve problems
Explore literature and reading
FOR THE PURPOSE OF LIFELONG LEARNING
Foundational skills are essential for the independent learner to be prepared for the ever changing world. These skills include locating, accessing, evaluating, interpreting and communicating information. Students must be able to read, think critically and to use technology at all stages of the information process.
Our collection of print and electronic resources reflects the needs of the instructional program and supports AACPS goal of students becoming information literate. Our collection of over 12,000 materials includes fiction, non-fiction, magazines and online resources.
• Books are circulated for a three-week period and may be renewed.
• Magazines may be checked out for three nights.
• Some reference materials may be checked out overnight.
• Overdue notices are distributed to students periodically.
• Students are expected to return their library materials on time and must pay for library materials that are lost or damaged.
Hours*: Monday - Thursday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm; Friday 7:00 am - 2:00 pm
Library Media Lunch Passes: Issued upon request from media staff.
Students may visit the Library Media Center during the course of the day with a pass from an individual teacher.
Sign-in: Students must sign in and out at the circulation desk upon entering and exiting the media center.
Students will also visit the Library Media Center with their individual classes for curriculum-based instruction, research and book checkout.
School Computers: Students may use computers for school related purposes; per AACPS policy, entertainment sites, games, video streaming and chat rooms are strictly prohibited.
*Listen to morning announcements for last minutes updates and closings.
This page was last updated on 10/20/2015