• Student Reading

    Jill Harris, Media Specialist
    Arcelia MakPeyrefittle, Media Clerk



    The mission of the Ebenezer Middle School Media Center is to provide access to information and ideas for all users.  It allows faculty, students, and staff to appreciate literature and the cultural arts, learn creative thinking skills, become independent seekers of information and ideas, and use instructional and educational technology effectively so they may become independent, life-long learners and decision-makers.
    The media center operates on a flexible schedule.  This allows students or small groups access at the time of need or interest.  It also provides teachers opportunities to bring whole classes at various times.

    The media center is open daily to students from 8:05 am until 3:25 pm.

    Check Out Policy
    Students are encouraged to browse the collection and check out books for curriculum support and pleasure reading.  They may check out two books for two weeks.  Fines are assessed on overdue books.  The overdue charge is $.05 per day, excluding weekends, holidays, and absences.  Students with overdue books and/or fines cannot check out additional books.  Students cannot check out reference books, magazines, videos, or equipment.
    Computers in the media center provide access to Internet resources.  These resources supplement and enrich the media center collection by affording students and teachers access to academic libraries, museums, etc.  The district's Internet Acceptable Use Policy dictates proper Internet use and includes provisions for parental permission for students to use the Internet.      
    Online library catalog.
    SORA provides access to ebooks and audiobooks from your school and public library. This video will help you get started with Sora. It will show you how to navigate Sora, borrow digital titles, and start reading.
Last Modified on November 16, 2022