Books & Recommended Reading Lists
7:45 a.m. to 3:35 p.m.
STAFF & CONTACT
- Mrs. Sherilyn McPherson, Library Assistant
Secondary Media Center
308 E. Washington
Sterling, KS 67579
620-278-2171 ext. 4208
866-278-2171 (toll free)
- Please be respectful of
the learning environment. Respectful behavior is expected
at all times.
- Enter the library
quietly so others are not
- Enjoy food outside
of the library. Drinks with lids are welcome
in the library.
- Treat library
and equipment with
- Ask for help when
does the Library Media Center have to offer?
- Destiny online
library catalog (computer card catalog)
- Research, reference, and pleasure
reading books. NEW ebooks available through Destiny or FollettShelf
- Magazines & newspapers
- Interlibrary Loan services
- Computer use (including word
processing, printing, scanning, Internet use and laptop checkout)
- Online subscription databases
for research: eLibrary, EBSCO, Encyclopedia Britannica
Online -- these are AWESOME resources! (see
librarian for access information)
- DVDs and VHS videos, audiobooks
on mp3 players and CDs
- Kansas Library Card, including
access to digital ebooks and audiobooks that download to your
computer, Nook, iPad, iPod, mp3 or smart phone (ask a librarian)
- TV/media carts, digital camera,
video cameras, multimedia projectors, DVD and VHS recording
and dubbing, photocopier
- Microfilm reader/printer for
old issues of The Sterling Bulletin newspaper dating
from the 1800s
- Special events and reading
How long can items
out of the library media center?
- Due on the 15th of
out at least 2 weeks)
- Some are overnight
out, others are library
How many items can I
check out at
Do I have to pay
- You may check out five
items (including two magazines). If you
need more, please visit with library staff to make arrangements.
Can I use the
library's digital camera and camcorderes for school projects?
- There are no fines for
After your materials have been overdue for one month, you will be asked
to return them or pay a replacement cost. If overdues are not
care of, you will lose library privileges.
- Yes, as long as you
and following school policies. Seniors may use them for senior projects, and other students may use them for class-related work with teacher supervision.