About the Library
Welcome to the Carver Middle School Media Center–aka The Library!
If you take a book off the shelf, please don’t put it back! Just put it on the book cart and we will take care of it for you.
Did you read an awesome book? Write a review card and stick in on the wall! We have a weekly prize drawing for everyone who turns in their book review cards.
If you visit in the morning or during lunch, please make sure to sign in on the iPad or the computer.
Grab a book and read in one of our comfy chairs!
Are you not sure what to read? Check out one of our themed displays by the circulation desk.
The library serves approximately 550 students in grades 6-8 with a collection of over 9,000 books, Ebooks
, videos, CDs, magazines, and playaways accessed through our Destiny Catalog
and many online databases available through DISCUS
. We strive to be the reading, research, and recreational hub of the school. With the help of teachers and students, we are constantly updating our resources to reflect the academic and recreational needs of our school community. Extracurricular book clubs and Broadcast Club are sponsored by the media center to offer additional opportunities for student involvement.
Rebecca Roper is the Media Specialist at Carver Middle School.
To serve our students and staff, our facility is open daily from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm. Students may come to the library before school and during the school day with a morning pass or with a class. A limited number of library passes are available from a Carver staff member supervising each breakfast and lunch period.
Students may check out three books and magazines for up to two weeks. Books may also be renewed. Reference books, videos, and playaways normally do not circulate. Although students are not charged for overdue books, they are responsible to pay for books that are not returned.
We envision the Carver Media Center as the middle school information hub inspiring the Carver family with a passion for lifelong learning. We strive to provide all students and staff at Carver Middle School with the skills to access, critique, and use information independently to support, enrich, and supplement classroom instruction; stimulate intellectual curiosity and creativity; support the acquisition of knowledge and understanding of the world; develop critical judgment and aesthetic appreciation; and celebrate reading.