Teacher-Librarian
Mrs. Winchester
678-676-6334 
  HoursMonday through Friday, 7:50 am -3:30 pm
The Stone Mountain High School Library Media Center (LMC)
is the center for teaching and learning in the school.
Teaching and learning is supported through the following: providing resources aligned with curriculum to all patrons through print and non-print sources; collaborating with teachers and administrators; encouraging reading for pleasure; teaching information literacy skills

Entrance to and Use of the Media Center: Enter quietly and remain quiet and calm while in the Media Center.

Students must sign in when they enter the Media Center during instructional time
and lunchtime; they do not need to sign in before or after school.
All studentshould push their chair back under the table as you leave, to ensure a conducive and neat learning environment.
Food, drink, and gum are not allowed in the Media Center. All backpacks must be left against the entrance wall. Social conversation and chatter must be kept to a minimum in order for you to remain in the Media Center.
Copies: The cost of Copies and Printouts are 10 cents per page, and 50 cents per page for Color. 
The book drop is by the circulation check-out area.

Media Center Collection

Print Sources: The general collection contains more than 15,000 books, 20 magazine subscriptions and a daily subscription to the Atlanta Journal Constitution for patron use. Audiovisual materials and equipment are also available for teachers to use. All patrons are encouraged to use these resources found in the LMC. Please adhere to the following policies and procedures of the LMC.

Check-Out:Students are allowed to check out up to three books from the general collection at a time for a period of two weeks. Fines for general collection are 10 cents per day. Reference, Career reference and reserved materials may be checked out overnight; they must be returned the next morning to avoid a late fine. Teachers may check out books and audiovisual materials as needed.

All patrons are responsible for all items they check out, and books can be renewed for an extended two weeks, to avoid late fines. 
If books are lost, patrons will be charged the book cost, per DeKalb County Public School Board Policy for Lost and Damage Books.
 
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