• Media Center Receives New JLG Books

    The media center recently welcomed a shipment of Junior Library Guild Premeier Selection books and there has been joy in the library as our Foxes dive in to these great new books!  Listed are but a few of our great new titles:

    Best Worst Thing
    Cottage in the Woods
    Ada Byron Lovelace and the Thinking Machine
    Anybody Shining
    Madman of Pinesy Woods
    GOlden COmpass theGraphic Novel
    Summer of Ownen Todd
    Taste for Rabbit
    Magical Kids
    Animals Welcome...and many, many more!


    Our Wish List--  "We want more of these!"

    Split History non-fiction series
    Guinness World Records books
    Who Was... biographies series DONATED!
    Biographies of historical figures done in “graphic novel” comic book fashion
    39 Clues series – various authors DONATED!
    Spirit Animals series – various authors
    Dork Diaries series by Rachel Renee Russell
    Fear Street and Goosebumps series by R.L. Stein
    Percy Jackson series by Rick Reardon
    Warriors and Seekers series by Erin Hunter Donated--books 1-4!
    Serafina series by Robert Beatty
    Diary of a Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney
    Magna and Anime drawing books
    Books about Endangered Animals
    Ghost and spooky story books DONATED!
    Captain Underpants and anything else by Dav Pilkey



  • Links to really cool stuff:

    Explore our International Space Station, the Mars Rover, and infinity and beyond with NASA for Students.

    Get your TED ( Technology, Entertainment and Design) on!  Hear about amazing innovations from young people in TED Talks for Teens.  Imagine what these talented young people will do in the future and dream big yourself!

    https://knowitall.org/series/gullah-tales Visit ETV's knowitall.org for exciting and colorful SC lowcountry history with Gullah Tales and Aunt Pearlie Sue.  Who knew learning about SC history could be so fun?

  • Welcome to the JMS Media Center!


    Library Hours:  7:30-3:30

    Class Visits:  Language arts teachers schedule a 30-minute block of time for book checkout.  Longer periods are scheduled for reference work.

    Small Group Visits:  Students may come from class in small groups of six or fewer with a written library pass or signed agenda.

    Individual Visits:  Students may come during school with a written library pass or signed agenda from their teacher and during lunch.  

    Making Copies:  To make a copy in the media center will cost .10 cents per page (black and white), or 10 Pride Points.  Students, we suggest you bring and use your flash drive so you may print in your teacher's room later at no cost.

    Saving work you do on computers in the library:  We ask you bring and use your jump drive to make it easy to save and transfer your work!

    News Team:  News team members report after lunch and record duringtheir recess on the week of their duty.


    Book Checkout:

    A student ID card is required for book checkout.

    Students may check out three books at a time.  Exceptions can be made for research assignments.

    The loan period is for 10 school days -- this means two weeks from the day you check out.

    There is an overdue book fine of .05 cents per day -- watch that due date!  

    Students with overdue books or fines may not check out any more materials until they clear their accounts.


  • **New! New! New!** -- MAGAZINES!

    Just for Teens
    National Geographic
    National Geographic Kids
    Readers Digest
    Sports Illustrated
    Sports Illustrated Kids
    South Carolina Game & Fish
    Teen Vogue

    See our magazine checkout procedures in the media center

  • Special thanks to Friends of the JMS Library:

    The Barker Family of Mt. Pleasant, SC
    Ms. Julie Barfield
    Selena Ray Designs
    The Bratt-Photenhauer Family
    Junior League Guild