Media Center Hours:
7:35 - 3:35, when school is in session
Mrs. Pat Edwards
Mrs. Sala Ellington
Media Center Information
The Lee County Ninth Grade Campus Media Center is home to over 9,000 fiction and non-fiction books, audio tapes, videos, and periodicals. Students must be present on picture day or picture retake day in order to receive a student ID. The books and library resources in the media center support the curriculum and reading interest of our students. New books and popular books are always on display in the Media Center. Students are encouraged to take advantage of the many resources in the media center. Students are free to visit the library before school, after school, or come as their teachers permit (Library pass is required). When visiting the media center, students must sign in upon arriving and sign out when leaving. Check out our Book Club.
Online Library Catalog
Our library uses the Destiny library system which has an online search engine. Students may search for a book in our library collection both at school or home from any Internet connected computer. Searches may be done by book title, author’s name, subject, or keyword. There is also a visual search version as well as a Spanish search version of Destiny. Click here for the Online Library Catalog
Checking out media center materials
Students are issued a student ID which must be presented when checking out materials. Students must be present on picture day or picture retake day in order to have an ID created by the Lifetouch Company at no cost. New students who enroll after picture day will also receive an ID card at no cost. Students who lose their card will need to pay $2.00 for a replacement card.
Students may have up to 3 books checked out at a time. Books are checked out to students on a two week basis and can be renewed for an additional two weeks if needed. Students can also place a book on hold if it is not available at the time requested. Magazines may be checked out on an overnight basis. Fines for overdue materials are $.05 per day.
The library has 16 computers which students may use for research or for completing classroom assignments. Student must check out the computer by presenting their ID card to the media specialist and a computer will be issued to them. Students may print from computers at a cost of $.05 per page. When coming to the media center as a class, students are not required to pay for printed material unless excessive amounts are printed. Students may also have materials printed in color at a cost of $.25 per page. Copier cost for students is $.10 per page.