Clarke Central High School
Winner of the 2014 Judy Serritella Exemplary Library Media Program
The Clarke Central High School Media Center serves as the hub of the school, where students and teachers gather to teach, learn, problem solve and create. Newly renovated in 2016, the media center truly is a spectacular showcase that nurtures the school's positive learning environment.
The mission of the media center is to provide a safe space for learning for our students, as well as nurture students' individuality and ever-changing needs. It is the goal of the media center to provide every student the opportunity to be the best possible student that they can be.
Through collaboration opportunities with teachers, community stakeholders and parents, the media center strives to provide informational technology and digital learning tools to prepare students for life skills for the 21st Century.
Monday through Friday, 7:45 A.M. to 3:45 P.M.
After-school hours available upon request.
Students are encouraged to visit the media center during the day with a pass from their teacher.
Please, no food or drink in the media center.
Students are expected to follow Clarke Central HS behavior expectations while in the Media Center.
Students are encouraged to check out books for both academic and reading pleasure. The media center offers a self-check out system; however, students can rely on any media center worker to assist them. There are no late fines or fees. It is encouraged that students re-check their books after three weeks if they are not finished with their reading.
The media center houses two desktop stations for quick prints and book check out. Students are expected to use their own PLD's when in the media center. If a student does not bring their PLD with them to school, computer usage in the media center is not available.