It is the mission of this media center to support and enhance teaching and learning while providing a collaborative environment for continued education and technology integration.
The vision of this media center is to create a center of learning, research, and inspiration for students.
Media Specialist: Beth Sample
Hours: The Media Center is open from 8:15 am until 4:00 pm. Students not accompanied by a teacher need a signed agenda to use the Media Center during school hours. Students may come to the Media Center before school or after school with a signed agenda. Students are more than welcome to use the media center for before and after school homework or research.
Computer Usage: Students are expected to use only the GCPS approved databases when doing research in the Media Center. If you need help with the research databases, please see the Media Specialist.
Book Circulation: Students may check out up to three books at a time for a period of two weeks. Periodicals are not checked out to students; they can be used during media center circulation with a teacher or with a signed agenda. Students are responsible for checking in and checking out their own book on an individual basis. If a teacher wishes to bring students as a whole class, it is the responsibility of the teacher or the peer helpers to complete library check in and check out.
Lost or Damaged Books: The charge for a lost book is $20.00. If the book is lost from a previous elementary school, the charges must be paid in the amount of $15.00. If you have lost a book, please see the Media Specialist about what can be done.
by Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch Year Published: 2017
When Lida and her sister are caught by the Nazis they are separated. Lida is sent to a slave labour camp and must work from dawn to dusk on bread and soup, without shoes and wearing only a thin dress. Even if she survives the war, will Lida ever see her sister again?
by Alan Gratz Year Published: 2013
Based on the life of Jack Gruener, this book relates his story of survival from the Nazi occupation of Krakow, when he was eleven, through a succession of concentration camps, to the final liberation of Dachau.
by Jason Reynolds Year Published: 2016
"Ghost, a naturally talented runner and troublemaker, is recruited for an elite middle school track team. He must stay on track, literally and figuratively, to reach his full potential"--.
by Gary Paulsen Year Published: 1987
After a plane crash, thirteen-year-old Brian spends fifty-four days in the wilderness, learning to survive initially with only the aid of a hatchet given him by his mother, and learning also to survive his parents' divorce.
by Pam Munoz Ryan Year Published: 2000
Esperanza and her mother are forced to leave their life of wealth and privilege in Mexico to go work in the labor camps of Southern California, where they must adapt to the harsh circumstances facing Mexican farm workers on the eve of the Great Depression.
by Louis Sachar Year Published: 1998
As further evidence of his family's bad fortune which they attribute to a curse on a distant relative, Stanley Yelnats is sent to a hellish correctional camp in the Texas desert where he finds his first real friend, a treasure, and a new sense of himself.