Media Centers

M/H School Media Center

The Media Center is open to all students and faculty. Computers are available to students and faculty for school work and all are welcome to find an interesting book to read in our comfortable reading area. The Media Center is open for students use for the majority of the school day.

Lower School Library

Nestled in the Education Building you will find our Lower School Library. Elementary students visit the library weekly and regularly have the opportunity to check out books.

Upper School Library Facts
  • 16 computer workstations available for student/teacher use.
  • Students have access for research, printing, and borrowing books before school as well as throughout the school day.
  • Available for teachers to bring classes of students for research.
  • Combined with the Lower School and Church libraries to house more than 22,000 items.
Lower School Library Facts
  • Over 4000 book titles for K-5 students: Check-Out Day is always highly anticipated!
  • Students learn library terminology, procedures, book selection skills, and proper library behavior.
  • Dewey Decimal System's Ten Classes: students practice finding nonfiction titles and subjects according to Dewey Decimal classification
  • Read-a-loud time: various fiction, nonfiction and poetry books are enjoyed and listening and comprehension skills are reinforced
  • Students are introduced to a variety of authors and illustrators such as Jan Brett, Eric Carle, and Patricia Polacco.
  • Appreciation for excellence in literature: Caldecott and Newbery Awards
  • Special events: Book Fair, Read Across America (Dr. Seuss' Birthday)

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