Hello ! Welcome to Media Center!
The mission of the Lakeside Media Center is to ensure that our students and staff become effective users of ideas and information by providing quality instruction, and materials.Media Specialist: Vicky SperaPhone: 678 965 5080 ext. 431580Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgMedia Center Para-pro: Tammy CorreaPhone: 678-965-5080 ext. 431580Email: email@example.comClick here to access the Media Center Catalog You may also access the catalog through classlink.Visiting the Library
- The library is open before school beginning at 8:30 am, but students must obtain a pass from the teacher monitoring the cafeteria. Only 10 passes will be distributed each morning.
- During the day, students will either come with their teacher, individually or in small groups. Small groups and individuals must have a pass from their teacher.
- The library is open after school for 15 minutes. Students do not need a pass, but they must be quick in order make sure they are where they need to be for pick up or bus departure.
- The Lion’s Lounge is open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4:20 p.m.
- Students may check out up to two (2) books for 2 weeks.
- Students are allowed one (1) renewal and must renew in the library.
- Lost books should be reported immediately. Students will be charged the purchase price of the book. If a book is found after paying for a lost book, then a full refund will be issued to the parent or guardian of the student.
- Students are responsible for damaged materials and will be charged the cost of the item(s) to replace.
- Materials should only be checked out by the student using them. If an item is lost, it is the responsibility of the student who checked out the item to pay for it. There will be no further check out until lost or damaged materials are paid in full.
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- The Lion’s Lounge serves many purposes: studying, reading, book checkout, information searches, literacy instruction and research.
- The Media Center is a space for everyone. Please respect the rules and the staff.
- The Media Center is a busy place with multiple activities taking place. You do not need to be silent, but a quiet inside voice is important.
- Students must follow the Responsible Use Policy of Forsyth County Schools, Computers and Networks.
Talking with your kids on a regular basis about what they are reading can positively affect their performance at school and create important family bonds. We invite you and your child to look at our school media center catalog together to discuss options or create a list of books to check out.
Forsyth County Schools’ media centers provide resources that reflect all students within each school community. If you come across a book that does not match your family’s values and/or beliefs, and you would prefer that your child does not check that book out, please discuss it with your child.
We are always happy to help you and your child to find just the right book. This is a partnership, and we are excited to work with you!