Library/Media Center

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Library/Media Center

Murray Middle School Library Media Center Vision Statement

The library media center seeks to increase inclusiveness and support of the social and emotional learning needs of Murray students, strives to foster a future-ready environment by promoting literacies related to multiple content areas, providing equitable access to information, and teaching information literacy skills.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Murray Middle School Library/Media Center is to provide students with resources in multiple formats that reach various learning styles, resources and programs supporting social and emotional learning, and the opportunity to become users and creators of information. The library supports curriculum by collaborating with teachers, developing a collection representative of the community, nurturing a love for reading, and implementing programs supporting cross content literacy.

Library Description

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 and learning. The library houses fictional and nonfiction/reference books organized using the Dewey Decimal System. In addition to the physical library space a large amount of informational resources are available to students in the e-student library.

 Hours of Operation

The library is open Monday- Friday on school calendar days to students from 8:50 AM - 4:00 PM. The library is closed on occasion for staff/faculty meetings, special occasions, and FSA testing days. 

Library Staff

Susan Creber, Library/Media Specialist email: crebers@martinschools.org

Cynthia Bishop, Media Assistant email: bishopc@martinschools.org

Sunshine State Young Reader Titles for 2021-2022

Get invited to the end of year celebration in April. Read at least five of the SSYR books, respond to some questions and we will check off the books you've read. Read five or more SSYR books and receive an invitation to the celebration!!

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This section provides access to primary sources related to the three branches of government.

Local Government: Martin County

Local Government: Martin County

State Government of Florida

Florida Governor

The Library of Congress direct link. Click on the picture below.

Library of Congress

Access the Declaration of Independence.

declaration of Independence

Access the Constitution of the United States

The Constitution of the United States

Access the Bill of Rights

Bill of Rights Webpage in the National Archives

The US Census Bureau

US Census Bureau

CIVICS AND US HISTORY RESOURCES

Research sources related to legislative and executive branches

Gov.org

Research Congressional Bills

Congressional court records

Research Federal Court Cases and The Supreme Court Cases

Supreme Court wepage

Federal court records

https://www.uscourts.gov/court-records/find-case-pacer

Executive Branch: Office of the President

Office of the President of the United States