∼QACHS Media Center∼
As schools prepare students for citizenship in an age of information, informal problem-solving skills become paramount. Students must learn to make meaning from the complex arrays of data easily available through countless sources. The Library Media Program serves a central role in preparing teachers and students to navigate complex databases while protecting traditional program elements such as the encouragement of student reading and the enjoyment of a rich mixture of media. It is our vision to make available to the school community comprehensive information and resources that will encourage life-long learning. Our collection reflects both traditional and electronic media. The Library Media Program equips users with diverse information resources and skills to access, process, and apply information to problems and decisions, thereby helping users to make meaning of a rapidly-changing world.
Mrs. Amy Taylor
410-758-0500 x. 112
Media Center Hours: 7:20 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. daily*
* Extended hours vary week to week. Please contact Mrs. Taylor at least one day in advance to schedule an appointment.
Students can access the QACHS library catalog off-siteand browse our collection.
QACPS students have access to the public library through the SOAR program. Students can use their student ID to access eBooks, magazines, journals, online encyclopedias, and other resources from Queen Anne’s County Library. The account is also free from overdue fines.