WELCOME TO THE MURRAY MIDDLE SCHOOL
Stay tuned for next year's SSYR book list to be announced on April 29th.
The library media center seeks to foster a love for reading, to develop skills in evaluating sources and to nurture research skills in our students.
The Murray Middle School Library/Media Center provides students with resources in multiple formats that reach various learning styles, provides resources and programs for students to become educated users and creators of information. The library provides support to content area and related arts curriculum by collaborating with teachers and implementing programs and events supporting cross content standards.
The library/media center is open for students and staff of Murray Middle School. There are many literacy programs and fun library events geared towards encouraging the love of reading, researching, and learning. The library houses fiction and nonfiction/reference books organized using the Dewey Decimal System. In addition to the physical library space a large amount of informational reference resources are available to students in the e-student library, Encyclopedia Britannica, this website, and curated materials in Follet Collections.
Curation, research, collection information, library instruction, copyright instruction, citation instruction, special guests and assemblies, literacy programs, STEM projects though Makerspace activities, breakout room activities tailored to subject area needs, educational technology training and support for teachers and students.
Hours of Operation
The library is open Monday- Friday on school calendar days to students from 8:45 AM - 4:15 PM. The library is closed on occasion for staff/faculty meetings, special occasions, and FSA testing days.
Mrs. Creber x34118
Susan Creber, Library/Media Specialist email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cynthia Bishop, Media Assistant email: email@example.com
STUDENT LAPTOP SERVICES
CONTENT AREA RESOURCES: HISTORY/SOCIAL STUDIES
This section provides access to primary sources related to local, state and federal levels of government. Access information related to the three branches of government.
Need help finding information from these resources? Ask your librarian, Mrs. Creber.