Welcome to CHS Media Center - Webary
Media Center Coordinators
Media Center Expectations
- All students must have an ID to use computers before or after school.
- If coming down during school WITHOUT a teacher, students must have an ID and a pass.
- No food or drink in the media center.
- Be mindful and respectful of noise level, library property, due dates and staff.
- Caledonia Community Schools Homepage
- Caledonia High School Homepage
- Computer Lab Schedule and Signout
- Destiny - Catalog Link
- Bibliography Help
- Kent District Library
- Turn it In
About the Media Center
The library has 60 Mac computers, 30 run windows XP, all support google docs and Microsoft Office.
Students may bring a flash drive to save your work, or may save it on our network.
Printing: class assignments only. Please do a PRINT PREVIEW before you print
The library also has 75 laptops that teachers may sign out to use with their class. (This past year English, Social Studies, and Foreign Language were given classroom sets of chromebooks)
We have a wide variety of material in both Fiction and Non- Fiction.
California Dept. of Education
Organizing your library and Accelerated Reader
School libraries, K-12, should be organized according to Dewey Decimal Classification System. Students need to be able to have the same information as their counter-parts around California, the United States and the World. Arranging a school library according to Accelerated Readers is not best practice and does not follow the national standard for libraries in Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning.
North Carolina Department of Education - Segregating a collection according to commercially produced reading programs is a violation of privacy.
Other libraries and links to Information Literacy lessons
Booktalks and more by Joy Millam- Teacher-Librarian/District Library Coordinator at Valencia High School/Placentia Yorba Linda USD