Library & Technology Resources

Fairview High School Media Center has approximately 12,000 fiction and nonfiction books, audio books, professional books, journals and reference materials for our students and staff. We provide resources and recreational reading materials that enable our students to become both information literate and lifelong readers. Educational technology and professional materials are also available for faculty and staff. The Library Media Center operates on a flexible schedule and is open to students throughout the day.

Mission & Strategies

The mission of Fairview High School’s Library Media Center is to be a welcoming, caring, and a helpful place where a smile, patience, and helpfulness are always to be found. Support the learning process by providing a wide range of resources that will give each student an opportunity to achieve academic success.  We assist students, teachers and staff in becoming effective users of information, foster a love or reading and partner with teachers to teach information literacy skills. The library’s goal is to provide an environment where the love of reading will grow, research and computer skills will be enhanced, and ones intellectual curiosity will be stimulated and satisfied. A very important purpose of the Media Center is to provide support to the teaching staff, and to the students as they learn.

  • Select and organize materials for research projects
  • Assist students in finding appropriate materials
  • Provide multi-media resources for students and teachers
  • Train students and staff in information literacy skills
  • Maintain the library’s print, electronic and multimedia collection
  • Develop the library’s collection to represent current and authoritative information
  • Collaborate with teachers to plan and implement lessons, incorporating technology whenever possible
  • Choose quality, appropriate and contemporary materials for pleasure reading

Media Center Policies

Students may check out books and selected audiovisual items for a two-week period as long as they have no overdue items or charges.

  • If an item is lost or badly damaged, the replacement cost of the item will be charged.
  • A late charge for overdue items will be charged at the rate of ten cents per school day after a five-day grace period.
  • Computers are available on a first come, first served basis. You must have a signed planner from your teacher to be in the library during class time. Computers are available for school work only.
  • We ask that students help keep the library neat and clean by placing books in their proper places and by refraining from bringing food or drinks into the library.
  • We ask that students respect the right of others and make the library a pleasant place to be.

Monday: 8:10-2:45 (Power Mondays)
Tuesday 7:10:2:45
Wednesday: 7:10-2:45
Thursday: 7:10-2:45
Friday: 7:10-2:45

Media Staff

Contact members of our Media staff with question.

NameJob TitleTelephoneLinks
Donna Lankford
Library Assistant
Brenda Randles
Library Media Specialist