GHMS Media Center

Hours: 7:45 am-3:15 pm

Staff

Mrs. Michael - Media specialist michaelw@fortmillschools.org

Mrs. Bleau - Media/technology assistant bleaus@fortmillschools.org

Mrs. Harms - Literacy Specialist harmsa@fortmillschools.org


The purpose of the Gold Hill Middle library is to help students develop critical thinking, problem solving, communication skills and an appreciation for reading as they use a variety of resources to meet the demands of today's curriculum. The We offer books and digital resources in our library collection as well as spaces for teaching, meetings, studying, reading, and small group work.

The mission of the Gold Hill Middle School Media Center to provide students with the opportunity to become not only lifelong users of information, but also creators of information. The library will support the curriculum by collaborating with teachers, developing a collection that is representative of the community, and implementing literacy instruction for students.

Book Suggestion: Know of a good book that is not in the library? Let Mrs. Michael know by filling out this form.

Quick Link to Destiny Discover to look for books and digital resources

If Destiny Discover does not work, please use this link to Classic Destiny and choose GHMS. https://fortmill.follettdestiny.com/common/welcome.jsp?context=saas93_3925698

Library Orientation

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Virtual Students


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Library Check in Form: click here to fill out a form to answer a few questions about what type of library materials you prefer.

What do I read next?

Not sure what to read? All students are welcome to to click here for help in finding their next read.


Ask a Librarian

Need help? Feel free to email Mrs. Michael michaelw@fortmillschools.org with questions you have about research, editing a paper, or finding something to read.

Book Dash 21-22.mp4

Book Dash

Face to face students that would like a book between class visits, may put up to three books on hold, and the library staff will check them out to you, bring them to you, and collect the books you are finished reading. View the video if you need help with Book Dash or putting a book on hold.


Students come to the media center every three weeks with their ELA class. There is no limit to the amount of books they can check out at a time. If students would like books between visits, they may use Book Dash (see above).