Library / Media Center

To find great books from Vicksburg High School Library, please utilize:  Destiny Discover, the library's catalog, to browse library books and place holds on them.   The following video tutorial will lead you through how to access the library catalog and place a Hold on a book for checkout: Vicksburg High School Library: How to Hold and Checkout a Library Book.  If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Staunton at 269-321-1185 or Mrs. Moore at 269-321-1186.  Remember to sign in using your Vicksburg Community Schools Google Account. 

Circulation Policy

VHS students will be allowed to check out two books as long as they have no outstanding materials.  Students may stop into the library between classes, ask for a pass from their seminar teacher or their English teacher.   VHS students may request books using VHS Library's Destiny Discover here or above.  If a student reserves a book using Destiny Discover, they will need to stop into the library to pick it up.

If you are unsure of the library materials your child has checked out of the library please have your child check their school email, their library account, or please email jwing@vicksburgschool.org.  

If you have any questions about curbside service, please contact the library at 321-1185.


Materials are checked out for a 2-week time period. Students may renew their materials for another 2 weeks if they are still needed. Students must bring the book that they wish to renew into the library in order to renew it.  Students are notified of overdue library books through their school e-mail account.
Students are not charged overdue fines; however, their borrowing privileges may be suspended or restricted until the overdue materials are returned or payment to replace the material has begun. If a book is lost or damaged, a replacement fee will be charged. 

 

Schedule


The library media specialists will work closely with all teachers and continue to engage in lessons cooperatively taught with classroom teachers. These lessons enrich research skills and support the classroom curriculum with library resources.  Many English teachers bring their students to the library to check out library materials as well.

Joe Wing

Media Specialist

Sham Moore

Library Aide