Welcome to the FHPS media center homepage where you can find a book by searching our online catalog, complete your research project by using our online databases, visit your teacher’s website, check your grades, and much more! Our district’s 15 media centers serve over 10,000 students, and we’re proud to have so many essential resources right at their fingertips. While a good amount of our collection consists of books (we have over 100,000 different titles!), we also provide our patrons with audiobooks, ebooks, films, Nooks, Kindles, digital cameras, camcorders, onsite computers, as well as a place separate from the rigors of the classroom, to quietly read or study.
Our district media specialists strive to maintain an interesting and relevant collection by keeping current with trends in young adult literature and by purchasing titles that have both widespread appeal and niche audiences. They keep up with the latest in educational technology trends in order to make the media centers a centralized hub for 21st century learning. And, long with the media clerks, they strive to maintain a positive learning environment so that our students become independent, lifelong learners.
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The mission of the FHPS media centers is to create independent users of ideas and information by ensuring that all students and staff have the skills and opportunity to access, evaluate, and use information. We believe that it is our responsibility to introduce new learning technologies, provide support of the curriculum, and teach information skills in a positive learning environment in which all students can become independent, lifelong learners.
The mission shall be accomplished by providing:
- intellectual and physical access to materials in all formats
- instruction to foster competence in reading, viewing, and using information and ideas
- recommendations and guidance to stimulate interest in library materials
- collaboration with staff to design resource based learning investigations
- partnerships with staff to integrate information literacy into existing curriculum