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Media Center

Welcome to Toisnot's Media Center!

Media Center Student Information
Daily Schedule:
Monday-Friday
8:35 am  Open to Students
3:15 pm  Closes to Students
Closes when a need arises. Signage will be visible.
Services and Programs for Students

 Book reserve

 Circulation of materials

 Follett Destiny

 Chromebook questions

 NCWISEOWL

 Reference services

 TMS computer lab

Monthly programs for literacy and computer science

 

Print Policies

Material Type

Max Checkout

Lending Period

Overdue Fines

Renewals

Lost Fines

Books

2

10 school days

None

1

Original cost of book

Magazines

1

2 school days *

None

0

$2.00

Reference

1

Overnight *

$.50/ school day

0

$50.00

*Due the following day by 10:00 a.m. No holiday or weekend checkouts.

 

Ebook Policies

General ebooks can be checked out for 10 school days. They are automatically “returned” at the end of the loan period but may be checked out again.

 

Library Visits

Individual Passes

Special library passes are the only passes accepted for individual visits to the library and TMS computer lab, and are available from your teacher. Your pass must include your name, the date/time you left your classroom, and your teacher’s signature. You must show your pass to Mrs. Morgan or a Student Media Assistant when you arrive.

Self Book Checkout

The media center uses self-check in of materials and self-checkout. It is imperative you know your student number to utilize this feature. More information will be provided about this during media center orientation.

TMS Computer Lab

The lab is available to individual students at any time during the day that is free and supervision is present. You must have a library pass. Classes have priority over individual use.

Lab expectations are posted on the wall.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Toisnot Middle School Media Center is to foster the creation and development of ideas that lead to lifelong learning.

-By providing a physical and virtual space to access information

-By providing instructional collaboration for quality instruction for students

-By providing technology support focused on student learning

-By providing media programs to create interest to read, listen, and view media more enthusiastically

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