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About the Library

Hours

Hours: (during the school year)
Monday-Thursday 7:30am- 4:00pm
Friday 7:30-3:30

Circulation

The standard checkout period for student is 14 days. Students may check out 3 books at a time. Four books may be checked out by students when working on projects. Students may check out books during class visits or when they come on their own.

Library Collection

The library mediacenter collection includes over 14,000 books, videotapes, magazine subscriptions and other media, including online databases, globes and maps.

The library has an automated catalog and circulation system that serves our faculty, staff and students.

Collection development is tied to curriculum needs of students. Material selection is based on consultation between library staff, teachers, and administration. Criteria for selection is based on appropriatness, quality, and cost. Standard review sources are refered to when purchasing materials.

Library Program

The media center library program supports student's information and literary needs with print and non-print resources. Classes schedule visits for orientations, check out of materials, and help with research skills. Students are encouraged to come to the media center for liesure reading.

PCMS Media Center and Computer Lab Calendars

Please email lab requests: Christina_Edwards@putnam.k12.ga.usMore

Internet Access

Students in the media center may research topics using, online databases and the internet. The internet offers students availability to information , images, communications and sounds. Students and parents are required to sign the Acceptable Use Policy (BOE.......) in which they agree to abide by the requirements set forth in the policy regarding appropriatness of the information being accessed.

Child Safety on the Information Superhighway