CMCSS Libraries Mission and Vision

Our mission is to provide an inviting, dynamic learning environment and services that empowers teaching, prompts curiosity, promotes literacy, and enriches our district’s curriculum.

We aspire for our students to be critical thinkers, lifelong learners, ethical users of information and enthusiastic readers. 

Contact Information

Media Specialist

Name: Darlene Holder


Phone: (931) 503-3288, Ext. 1118

Media Assistant

Name:  Kimberly Rosenbaum


Phone: (931) 503-3288, Ext. 1121

Library Hours

Monday through Friday  7:25 am - 2:00 pm

Lunch 11:40-12:10

Library Policies


1.  Students may check out up to 3 books at a time.  They must have a pass from their teacher to come to the library.  

2. Students will visit the library with their Reading Language Arts teacher on a 3-week rotation.

3. All Students will enter the library quietly and be respectful of those that might be testing or other items.


If a book has been out for an excessively long time, it will be declared lost.  Students will not be able to check out another book until the lost book is either returned or paid for.  If a book is paid for, and then found within the same school year in good condition, the money will be refunded to the parent.  Any books damaged by water, coloring, food, ripped pages, dog/animal bites, etc... will be the responsibility of the student's parents to pay for. 

We ask that you pay with exact change, a check through April 15th, or money order.

Please DO NOT attempt to replace a lost book yourself.  The majority of our hardback books are library bound. This means they are special-ordered with more durable covers for multi-use check-outs.  Books bought from Amazon and other discount retailers often do not offer library-bound editions and do not come processed for the library.  These books are for home use only, and will not withstand the multiple check-outs that our students will put them through.  Our ordered books are also pre-processed.  This means they come with our library barcodes attached as well as spine labels and library records; this is an additional cost for us but allows us to get books onto the shelves faster for our patrons. 

​***All students have been provided training in the care and maintenance of books, and they should be responsible for keeping them in good condition while in their homes.  While we understand that accidents will happen, we must have the funding to replace books that are lost or damaged.  If we did not do this, we would be unable to maintain our library on the funding provided.

Library Resources