ABOUT THE LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER
Welcome! We're so glad you're here.
Closed for browsing this year, but open
for book requests and ebooks 24/7!
Students may have up to 2 items checked out at one time.
If you have an overdue, your borrowing privileges are suspended until the overdue is returned or the item is paid.
There are no overdue fines. Students are responsible for any damaged or lost item up to the replacement cost of the item.
If you lose an item or it is damaged beyond all repair or use you must pay for or replace the item.
Students can pay for items with cash, check or money order. A receipt will be issued and if the item is returned or located you will get a refund for the full amount.
If you have any concerns about paying for a lost or damaged item, please speak to Mrs. Hellman and we will work something out!
About Our Materials
The goal of the library media center is to promote a love of reading and an appreciation for books that will empower students to become information literate life-long learners. The Nock-Molin Library Media Center strives to provide patrons with materials that will enrich and support the educational needs of the school. Because we serve many students in grades 4 through 8, it is the responsibility of the library media center to provide a wide range of materials in varying levels of difficulty, with diversity of appeal, and which represent different points of view. We would encourage parents and caregivers to discuss reading with their student if they feel the need to establish any family guidelines as to materials and content.
About Our Staff
Hello! I'm the Library Media Specialist at the Nock and Molin schools. I have a long history as a public librarian, as well as an enthusiasm for learning, books, and stories of all kinds. I want to empower our students to think critically, read voraciously, create fearlessly, and engage with information responsibly! I am excited for the opportunity to bring my love of reading to your school community! Come say hello!