Media Center

*Clayton Reads This Summer!
This year, we are ensuring Clayton READS at Home by selecting free eBooks for our Summer Reading suggestions! Students who read a variety of books each day of the summer are better prepared for the new school year. Please encourage your child to read at least 30 minutes a day all summer long! Visit the following link for more information on Clayton Reads This Summer, including book lists by grade level and summer reading challenges: To access the Summer Reading book suggestions, students in grades K-8 need access to eRead Kids and students in grades 9-12 need access to Open eBooks. Students or parents can e-mail the student name and school name to and the access code needed for the appropriate grade level will be sent. The Summer Reading Lists target grade bands based on the grade a student is entering next school year.  

*Library Book Return Information
Due to the closure of our school building, library books will be returned on the first day of the new school year (August 2020). Parents are asked to take the following action: Take a photo of the barcode on each library book your student has at home. E-mail those photos, along with the name and grade level of your student, to our Media Specialist, Mrs. Moore at These library books will be renewed for the summer. Use these steps to see what items are checked out to you in Destiny Discover: Destiny Discover Steps.pdf

Media Specialist/Webmaster

Mrs. Moore

Media Paraprofessional
Mr. Nealy

Policies and Procedures
>Students need a media center pass, signed by their classroom period teacher, to visit the media center during class periods. Students must sign in and sign out at the circulation desk, and return to class before transitions and dismissal.

>Students may checkout two books at a time. Books are checked out for two weeks. Students may renew a book twice and can place one book on hold. If an item is lost or damaged, students will be fined for the replacement cost of the item. Overdue books must be returned and fees must be paid for any lost or damaged books before the student can checkout more items. Parents will be contacted for students who have severely overdue books.

>There are student computers and a printer available for use in the media center. Students may print only school related materials as needed, and within reason. Printing is not permitted during class change/transitions. Computers are only to be used for school work and research.

>No food or drinks in the media center. Clean up after yourself by pushing in chairs, putting materials back, collecting all your personal items, and throwing trash away. Be respectful of others and remember that the media center is a quiet and academic setting.

>Donated materials are accepted and will be reviewed by the library media specialist. The same criteria used for acquiring new materials will be used for donated materials. Materials not appropriate for school library use will not be accepted. Monetary donations are also accepted.


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