Welcome to the Media Center
The mission of the Sandy Run K-8 School Library Media Center is to empower students to compete and succeed globally in an ever-changing society.
Looking for a book?
Search the Destiny Catalog to find out what resources we have available at the Sandy Run School Media Center. You may also search for resources available at the St. Matthews K-8 Media Center and Calhoun County High School Media Center.
You can read books online! There is something for everyone on our Ebook Shelf!
Email Dr. Dawkins at email@example.com for the username and password
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Sandy Run School Media Center Circulation Policy
Child Development and Kindergarten: Students who have turned in permission forms may check out one book at a time for one week. The book will be overdue after two weeks.
First Grade: First grade students may check out one book for one week. At the discretion of their teacher, students may check out two books at a time for one week. The book will be overdue after two weeks.
Second through Eighth Grade: Second through eighth grade students may check out two books at a time. The books will be overdue after two weeks. It is recommended that students check out books in their comfort reading zone according to the STAR reading assessment.
Books may be renewed if not in demand or on hold for another student.
A book is overdue the day after the due date. Overdue notices for students with late materials will be placed in teacher mailboxes for distribution to students. Checkout privileges are suspended when a student has an overdue item on record. These are reinstated when the overdue clears.
Lost Book Policy
When a book is reported “lost”, the media center will issue a Lost/Damage Book notice to the student. Checkout privileges are suspended for the student until payment is made. After payment, a receipt is issued, and the student may check out books. Lost book fees are based on current replacement cost of the book.*
Damaged Book Policy
All students are informed of the guidelines for taking care of books during orientation. When a book is damaged, a student should return the book to the media center. A damage fee assessment based on current replacement cost of the book will be made. A Lost/Damage Book Notice will be issued to the student. Checkout privileges are suspended for students with outstanding Lost/Damaged Book Notices. When payment is made, a receipt is issued, and checkout privileges are reinstated. Damaged books are discarded or given to the student.*
*The school has the right to withhold from any student the privilege of attending a school sponsored paid event until outstanding fines are paid on all overdue, lost, or damaged books.