The Loganville Middle School Media Center serves as the hub of learning for the school. More than a resource for books, the Media Center is often the site of joint tech-driven labs and research. Discussions, reading, playing games, working on projects or just enjoying the space are all encouraged.
To create an environment in which the learning community can access the resources and skills necessary to thrive.
To grow inquisitive learners empowered with the skills necessary to discover and share information responsibly.
Classes may visit the media center as a whole group for class checkouts and information literacy lessons. During school hours, students may also visit the media center independently with their teacher's approval. Students do not need a pass to visit the media center between classes and before or after school.
Students may check out two books for a period of two weeks. Additional books may be checked out if a student is doing a special project that requires more materials or if the student is a big reader and wants the added responsibility of more books to care for. Lost or damaged books will result in a charge to the student for the actual cost of the book.
Students may use the Media Center computers for educational purposes only. Printing is allowed if it is for an assignment. Students may print up to 5 black and white pages and 1 color pages for no charge. After that, there is a charge of .10 cents per page for black and white and .25 cents for per page for color.
7:20 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Monday through Thursday
7:20 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.