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Media Center

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Ash Street Media Center Policies and Procedures:

Students may check out two books at a time. Books are checked out for two weeks. Students may renew a book twice and can place one book on hold. If an item is lost or damaged, students will be fined for the replacement cost of the item. Overdue books must be returned and fees must be paid for any lost or damaged books before the student can checkout more items.

Parents will be contacted for students who have severely overdue books.

No food or drinks in the media center. Clean up after yourself by putting materials back, collecting all your personal items, and throwing trash away. Be respectful of others and remember that the media center is a quiet and academic setting.

Media Center Staff:

Shelley Gawel

shelley.gawel@clayton.k12.ga.us

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Announcements:

Public Library Card:

Need a digital public library card? You can request a Clayton County digital public library card by emailing your student’s name, grade level, and school name to claytonreads@clayton.k12.ga.us

Students, if you already have a physical library card or previously requested a digital library card, please use those credentials. There is no need to request a second public library card. Adults cannot request a digital public library card. Instead, Adults can apply for a card online https://claytonpl.org/use-the-library/get-a-library-card/ or visit a local branch.


Little Free Libraries:
Ash Street gets its first little library (compliments of a Georgia Power grant). Please feel free to help yourself to a few free books or leave a few books (that are appropriate for all ages, of course).
Find more little libraries here:
https://littlefreelibrary.org/map/
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Find out what's going on at your local public library:

Public Library Schedule