Policies and Procedures
The WMS Media Center utilizes a flexible schedule based on the needs of the curriculum and classroom teachers. ELA classes will go to the media center for check-outs every other week. In order to reserve the Media Center for collaborative classes or special events please sign up at the circulation desk. If you would like for Mrs. Harrell to be involved in your class or activity, please schedule time for collaboration with her in advance. Collaborating and co-teaching is encouraged.
The Media Center is open from 7:25 am until 3:15 pm. If you want to visit the Media Center during recess time, you should obtain a pass from one of your teachers.
During recess or before school, you may visit the Media Center to browse or read magazines, read a book, check out books, play board games, or do homework or research.
Students may check out 3 books at a time and keep them for 2 weeks.
Magazines that have a checkout barcode on the outside plastic cover may be checked out overnight.
The fine for an overdue book is 5 cents a day for each book you have checked out.
If a book is lost or damaged, you must pay the replacement cost of the book.
The mission of the Woodruff Middle School Library Media Center program is to provide an inviting and accessible environment in which to support the school’s curriculum. We strive to create lifelong learners who are effective users of ideas and information.
Goals of the Media Center:
- To provide materials and services appropriate to the curriculum of the school.
To provide materials and services that meet the information and recreational needs of the learning community.
To provide opportunities for collaboration between the library media specialist and classroom teachers to incorporate information literacy into instruction.
To provide age-appropriate and developmentally appropriate resources in all formats to meet the information needs of all users.
To promote information literacy
To implement the integration of the library media program into the curriculum through collaboration among all members of the school community—teachers, students, parents, and administrators.
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