Seneca Middle School
There's no use going to school unless your final destination is the library.
Access the OPAC (catalog) to search for what items the library owns and if they are available.
Access to the VRC -Virtual Reference Collection- online collection of Encyclopedias, Databases, and Magazines.
All valid and reliable sources of information for school work.
*Bonus- all articles have citations for a quick copy into your bibliography page.
Seneca's Library Media Center has so much to offer...
The Seneca Library Media Center offers students and staff access to state of the art information resources. It supports standards driven education initiatives and provides instruction integrated with the school curriculum. The development of lifelong readers and information literate learners is the primary mission of the school library media center. Access to print, non-print and electronic information is available in the library. These information resources include books, periodicals, research databases, the Internet, audio band visual materials.
The Library is open for students from 1st period -8th period and after school from 2:35 p.m. to 3:20 p.m.
Students may also use the library during their lunch periods. Lunch passes are distributed daily from the lunch monitors in the cafeteria. Students may borrow up 2 books at a time for 21 day loan periods. There are no late fees. However, students may not borrow new books if they have overdue books on their library record. If a student loses or damages a library book, they are responsible for the full cost of the book or a new replacement copy.
Don't forget about the Sachem Public Library as an amazing resource.
From their website you just need a library card in order to access hundreds of FREE ebooks, movies, television shows, audio books, music, and magazines to your computer or device.
Please feel free to email me if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Dawn Robson
Library Media Specialist