The Media Center has a collection 16,000+ books and reference materials. The Media Center has 49 computers on the main floor available for class and student use (eight with additional software). Also, within the Media Center is a self contained computer lab with 30 computers.
Media Center Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Media Center Use & Expectations
The Media Center is available for students to use during lunch periods, when classes are not scheduled. Students may use the Media Center during any other time with a written pass from a classroom teacher or administrator.
An Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for District Technology Systems form must be on file before a student can receive their computer login information. The AUP form must signed by the student and a parent/guardian.
Backpacks, food and drinks are not allowed in the Media Center. Students will be asked to store their backpacks at the front of the room. Food & drinks can be left at the front of the room or put in the trash.
Games, instant messaging, chat rooms or social media are not allowed on Media Center computers. Students caught using any of these sites will be given two warnings. If the student fails to comply, their computer will be shut down and they will be asked to leave the Media Center or sit at a table.
The High School Media Center partners with the Chippewa River District Library (CRDL) to provide even more resources to our high school students. Student may requests books from libraries within the CRDL network and have the materials delivered to the High School Media Center. Students and staff are also able to return CRDL materials to the High School Media Center and have them circulated back to their home library.
Mr. Klak has compiled a List of Books that should be read by any student interested in furthering their education beyond high school. The selection includes both fiction and non-fiction.
Media Center Assistant
989-775-2200 x 20831