Media Center Content
Welcome back, Falcons! We have missed you and so did the books!
Below are some helpful videos and information on how to check out books, put items on hold and get a Saddle Brook Public Library card. If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to Mrs. Hazley at email@example.com.
Calling all 7th and 8th grade students! This year, we are taking The Battle of the Book online. Below is an informational video, please watch and consider joining this awesome club!
Our Google Classroom (code: 7mvyl27 )
Watch this informational video:
How to check out an eBook from our collection: eBooksRecommended Remote Learning eBooks, Resources and Tutorials:The Library Media Center is the information and resource hub of the school. It provides an organized collection of materials and a comfortable place to read and study. The goals of the Media Center are threefold; help students develop the 21st century research skills they need in our information-rich world; collaborate with teachers to support their curricular goals and research objectives; and promote a lifelong interest in reading with a wide selection of fiction and non-fiction titles that cater to diverse backgrounds, perspectives, interests and opinions.Mrs. Hazley, Library Media Specialist and Mrs. DiMaggio, Library Aide, are pleased to assist you with all of your academic needs. The Media Center is open to students during lunch periods and available to teachers throughout the day.Peer Tutoring Services provided by the National Honor Society and Science National Honor Society will be available in the Media Center during the following times:Tues. 7:15-7:45AM 3-4PMWed. 7:15-7:45AM 3-4PMThurs. 7:15-7:45AM 3-4PM