Media Specialist - Larreisha Allen (678) 875-1530
The Media Center is open from 8:10 a.m. to 3:50 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Media Center Philosophy: The Champion Theme Middle School Library Media Center is here to foster your educational and instructional needs. We provide you with an abundance of resources, including print, non-print/digital, audiovisual equipment, and more.
The goal of the media program is to provide resources to support the curriculum and to collaborate with teachers to ensure students are A.W.A.R.E. - Active learners Welcoming diversity as they Access information and Research Ethically. The library is more than just a repository of books; the library is a space where students L.E.A.D. - Learn, Explore, Access, and Disseminate information.
There are computers available for students to use for educational purposes with online public access catalog and internet. Word processing, PowerPoint, and other programs are available on all of the computers. Students are permitted to use the Internet if they and their parents have signed the Student Code of Conduct.
For Teachers and Staff
Books are checked out for two weeks and may be renewed unless the books have been requested by someone else. Reference books and reserve books may be checked out for overnight usage. They must be returned before 8:00 a.m. the following morning. Students are responsible for lost or damaged books, and are expected to clear their media center records before the end of each semester. Students who fail to pay for lost or damaged media center materials shall lose the privilege of checking out materials. However, the students may continue to use the learning resources within the confines of the media center.
Printing and Copying in the Media Center
The first two pages are FREE.
$.10 per copy - Black and White
$.50 per copy - Color
We provide a variety of services to our students and teachers. Please click the link below to access these resources:
The daily media schedule is flexible in order to make resources available to individuals and groups of students at the point and time of need. Teachers are encouraged to schedule class visits to the media center, and collaborate with the media specialist to plan resource-based learning activities.