The mission of the Liberty High School Media Center is to promote reading and literacy and to collaborate with the learning community in developing life-long readers and effective users of information. In accordance with this mission, the Liberty High School Media Center seeks to:
- provide an inviting and stimulating environment for learning.
- support and extend the school's curriculum.
- provide current learning resources in a variety of formats.
- be a catalyst for technology innovation and integration.
- promote the responsible use of technology resources
124 Red Devil Drive
Liberty, SC 29657
Valerie Boatwright, Media Specialist: ValerieBoatwright@pickens.k12.sc.
Media Center Policies
Hours: 7:35—4:00 daily
See Mrs. Boatwright in advance for extended hours as needed.
- Students are expected to work quietly and to use their time wisely with schoolwork, research, or reading.
- All students must sign in at the circulation desk upon entering the media center and must sign out upon leaving.
- Students must wear student IDs or temporary badges while in the library.
- Desktop computers are primarily for independent research and may be used for school related purposes as listed in the Back to School Handbook. E-mail, games, and non-school related surfing is not permitted. Students may lose computer privileges if computer policies are violated. Ask questions if you are not sure of specific policies!
Students are permitted to check out five items at a time. Books may be checked out for two weeks. Reference books may be checked out overnight only. Overdue fines for books accrue at the rate of 10¢ per day, magazines are 25¢ per day, and reference books are $2.00 per day. Students may not check out books if they have overdue books or unpaid library fines. If financial circumstances make it difficult for a student to pay fines all at once, please talk to Mrs. Boatwright to make individual arrangements.