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Welcome: Library Media Center

The library contributes in various ways to the school's main aim of creating confident individuals, responsible citizens, successful learners and effective contributors.


The Library Media Center


  • Plays a central role in learning and teaching
  • Helps meets the needs of all learners
  • Empowers young people and encourages them to develop into lifelong learners.



The Library Media Center (LMC) is dedicated to providing access to current, adequate and appropriate information resources and to ensure that all students and staff members are effective users of ideas and information. The LMC provides materials to support the MHS curriculum and the recreational reading needs of the MHS community. It houses a collection of over 19,000 volumes, a 12 computer drop in lab, production lab, instructional area, internet cafe and several study areas.

Policies & Procedures
Students may check out as many library materials needed to meet their goals. All students are held responsible for returning library materials in good condition and in a timely fashion. They are charged a replacement fee for missing or damaged materials and diplomas are withheld until payment is received. Until fees are cleared, students will not have library borrowing privileges. The Library Media Center gives students and families the opportunity to work off the amount of fines at the current hourly minimum wage. Library staff assigns duties and work schedule must be set and agreed upon by both the student and library staff.

Reference assistance:
provide instruction and help in the use of the library & its resources.

Collection development & maintenance:
access to physical collection and electronic resources.

Reader advisory:
provide guidance in finding recreational reading.
hosts events to promote reading & information literacy.
Mrs. Mielke offers collaborative teaching modules across content areas to support information literacy curriculum goals. Information literacy is the ability to gather, evaluate and effectively use information.
To explore the concept of information literacy and how libraries are critical to student success.  Check out this infographic from the American Association of School Libraries.
Community & student volunteers make a huge contribution to the LMC. If you are a student interested in learning library and technology skills or a community volunteer inspired to help create a state of the art library media center, contact Mrs. Mielke.
Monday - Friday, 7:30 - 3:30

Mrs. Mielke, Library Media Teacher

Ms. Lindberg, Library Aide


Unless you are here with your class, you must have a pass to enter the library during class periods.
Students do not have the right to interfere with the quiet study of other students.
There is no food or drink in the library.

Immediately report any problems with your equipment to library staff.

Leave your computer station in perfect condition at the end of each session.

All users will abide by the terms outlined in the N.H.U.H.S.D Internet contract