SES Media Center

Get Connected @ Our Library!

Today a READER, Tomorrow a LEADER

Vision: School media libraries positively impact student achievement through collaboration, instruction, and utilization of resources for next generation learning.

Mission: We will be the "hub" of the school by giving students access to a vast, variety of information and creating a life-long love of reading.

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Student Checkout Policy

  • 1st Grade may check out 1 book at a time.
  • 2nd and 3rd Grades may check out 1 book between the beginning of school and winter break. Depending upon how well the groups follow the rules for returning and taking care of their library books, students may have the opportunity to begin checking out 2 books after winter break.
  • Check-out period is 14 days. Before that time, students will need to return or renew their item.
  • It is encouraged that students finish their book(s) and take an AR Quiz before returning the item to the library.
  • Each lost or damaged book costs $10 to replace.

Watch to Find Out How Reading Gives You Superpowers!

"Reading Gives You Superpowers" PSA by Dav Pilkey
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About Me

Hi! My name is Sam Northern, and I am originally from Russellville, Kentucky. I graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2008 with a Bachelor's degree in Business Management. I have a Master of Arts in Teaching from Morehead State University and a Master of Science in Library Media Education from WKU. I have been in education for a total of eight years. This is my third year at SES. Before the library, I was a middle school language arts teacher at Lewisburg School in Logan County. I believe that students’ exploration of authentic topics via advanced technologies nurtures a global perspective and community mindedness. Let's draw on our experiences to encourage students to celebrate the splendid dimensions of our world. Together, we can improve instruction by engaging students in learning through discovery.