Manheim Central Libraries
The Library is a Learning Place!
Doe Run Elementary and Baron Elementary
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Middle School Library
Librarian: Ms. Danielle Corrao
Manheim Central Middle School's Library offers a welcoming and supportive environment, one in which we are committed to making sure all learners are represented in literature and show respect and appreciation of others’ differences. Through inquiry, inclusion, collaboration, curation, and exploration, we ensure learners graduate as competent and ethical users of information technologies with a life-long love of reading, learning, and independent thinking. Learners visit the library once a cycle with their ELA class to interact with the media specialist and check out our vast collection of books. Learners are also invited to visit the media center during Baron Time. Collaboration, critical thinking, and fostering a love of reading are central to the curriculum at the middle school; therefore, teachers and students are always invited to use the media center space and work with the media specialist on research, digital citizenship, information literacy, or reading-based activities. Our media center is kept up to date with technology, print materials, digital resources, and of course, non-fiction and fiction books.
Librarian: Dr. Corey Hall
Our library media center is a hub of the school as a blended academic and social space. Our learners are empowered to connect with information and each other. As such, collaboration, critical thinking, and evaluation are central to the curriculum at the high school; teachers and students are always invited to use the media center space and work with the media specialist on project-based research or literacy-based activities. Our media center is kept up-to-date with technology, print materials, digital resources, and of course, non-fiction and fiction books. Our book collection is diverse and inclusive so all learners can see themselves represented in literature.