EHHS Media Center Mission Statement
To support the needs of the students and staff of EHHS with a collection that is unbiased, aligned with the curriculum, and supports state standards.
To maintain a collection with resources in a variety of formats that are relevant, up to date, and user friendly.
To encourage students to become independent users of information and to help students gain a love of reading in order to promote literacy.
To provide a media center program that empowers students to become life-long learners and responsible citizens.
Please be courteous and respectful of other library users, staff, equipment, and materials. Feel free to ask a librarian or library worker for assistance. Feel free to browse the bookshelves, use a computer, or read a magazine or newspaper.
Disrespectful or disruptive student behavior may result in a suspension of library privileges for one week or more. A second infraction will result in a level 1 Demerit.
Food and drinks should be consumed outside the library.
Books may be borrowed for a period of two weeks and renewed for an additional two weeks unless they are needed for an assignment in the library.
Students will be responsible for all borrowed materials including payment for lost or damaged books. A fine of ten cents per school day will be charged for overdue books.
Teachers and students are encouraged to recommend titles for purchase of materials.
Teachers may schedule time in the Library or a computer lab by calling, emailing or visiting the Librarian. All time in the Library or computer labs is scheduled first come first serve. Check the corresponding calendars to see availability. Calendars are updated daily. If you have any questions please call Ms. Dressler in room 287.
Students are expected to follow the Acceptable Use Policy that was signed at the beginning of the year.