The Rock Hill High School Library Media Center strives to supplement and enhance the educational experiences which are the intended outcome of classroom activities. The library is an extension of the classroom and is dedicated to providing all users with informational services to assist them in both in-school and out-of-school pursuits. The media center attempts to instill a love of reading in its users by providing a variety of materials to interest and appeal to all tastes.
Whether you have an assignment, research paper, project or just need the answer to a question, the library is open from 8:00 a.m until 4:15 p.m. to help. The media specialist can help you access a broad range of resources including the online catalog, various periodical and reference and databases, online encyclopedias and dictionaries, and useful Internet websites.
There is never a charge for borrowing materials from the library, but there are late fees for overdue materials. Most books can be borrowed for two weeks. Reference books are available for overnight loan. If you cannot find the material for which you are searching, please ask the library staff. They may be able to help you borrow items from other Rock Hill School district school libraries as well as place items on hold that are currently checked out.We are open before and after school Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. We close at 3:45 p.m. each Friday and select Tuesdays for faculty meetings.Students have access to the media center for quiet study and reading without permits 30-35 minutes before and after school, and at lunch. Students must have a teacher pass to come to the media center from regular classes and from study hall. Permits are not required before school, during lunch, between classes and after school. If students leave the library before 8:20, they must go outside and stay in front of A, B, or C buildings. No one should be behind A Building nor in or near D and E building.Mrs. Donna Roberts, Media Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org (above)
Mrs. Debbie Chapman, Media Center Secretary email@example.com
RHHS Media Center WebpageOnline School Media Center Catalog InformationClick for online catalogs:
FinesBooks may be checked out for two weeks and may be renewed. A fine of 10 cents for each day school is in session will be charged for overdue books, up to the price of the book. . The fine stops when the book is returned, whether the fine is paid at that time or not. However, all overdue books must be returned or paid for and all fines paid by the end of the semester.