Media Center Information
The mission of the Shiloh Middle Media Center is to provide quality media, technology, and information services in an effort to enhance learning and ensure access to global ideas and information for all. We are committed to provide media resources, facilities, and services for students which develop critical thinking skills. We encourage the pursuit of lifelong learning, reading, and open-mindedness. We evoke creativity and develop procedures which allow optimum accessibility and effective utilization of all resources. We aim to provide the flexibility necessary to individualize instruction for all students.Genine Bonaby, Media SpecialistKeitha Alexander, Media Clerk
Monday - Friday 8:55 AM- 3:45 PM
- Students must have a teacher-signed pass to enter the media center.
- Students must "sign-in" via the media center Google sheet located on the sign-in computer's desktop.
- Students may checkout up to three books.
Media Center Policies
- Students are welcome to use the Media Center for research and class assignments.
- Students may check out three books for two weeks.
- Students may check out one magazine for three days in lieu of one a book. Only one magazine may be checked out at a time.
- Any overdue items must be returned before a student can check out another item.
- Lost books must be paid for before a student may check out another book. Hardcover books cost $20 and paperback books cost $10 to replace. Magazines are $10 if lost.
- Students who return damaged items will be assessed a fee relative to the amount or type of damage. If the book is unusable, then the replacement cost will prevail.
- Reference materials are available for use in the Media Center
- Overdue notices will be sent to the homeroom teacher weekly. Overdue notices will also be emailed to parents weekly.
- Students should first use the subscription database for research projects. These are provide by GCPS free of charge for student use.
- Databases can be accessed at home through My eClass. They are under the APP section on the right side of the student homepage. Passwords are no longer needed to access these at home.
- Students must see a member of the media staff before using the printer.
- Students must have a signed agenda to access the media center.
- Students must sign in at the front desk upon entering the media center.
Readers Rally is a quiz bowl style competition for students in grades 4 – 12. Students read books from a predetermined list and answer questions about those books. Each Gwinnett County school may send one team of up to 10 players to the Readers Rally. Middle school teams read the books nominated for the Georgia Children’s Book Award each year. The list includes 15 books.
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