Sullivan Library Media Center's Digital Content
Sullivan Library Media Center extends use of our library materials beyond the school walls through the use of three Apps. To learn more about each one, click on the icon below. You will be taken to directions on how to download and use the App you choose.
All of our library content can be viewed on any device or on a desktop computer via the internet by clicking on your choice below:
- Destiny Quest - Online Library Catalog - Students can look up, reserve, and renew materials.
- Destiny FollettShelf - eBook Collection - Students can check out and read digital books.
- MackinVIA - eBook Collection - Students can check out and read digital books.
Our school participates in the South Carolina Junior Book Award program. The 2015-2016 book award nominees can be viewed here. Books are available for checkout in our library, at the public library, and some are also available from our FollettShelf collection. Our voting party will be held in February 2016. Students must read at least three of these titles to participate in the voting party. Futher information will be available in our library media center when school begins in the fall.
The mission of Sullivan Middle School Media Center is to assist students in gaining knowledge through inquiry and critical thinking by using information ethically to create new learning opportunities through collaboration in order to become productive in a global society.
Library Media Center Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM during the school year.
Students are provided access to the library media center before school, during lunch, and after school as well as during class time. All ELA classes are scheduled to visit the media center to check out materials. Sixth grade visits weekly and grades seven and eight visit every other week.
To access the library media center's online catalog and resources, use the links below. We are in the process of updating resources, so please check this web page and the online catalog often. Thanks!
Visiting the Media Center: Students may visit the library media center before school, during lunch, and after school as well as during class time. Students must have a pass to visit the media center and can get a pass from Assistant Principals on duty in student areas or from a classroom teacher. After school, students must have transportation and must leave the media center promptly at 4:00 PM. Sixth grade students will visit the library each week during ELA class for book check out. Seventh and eighth grade ELA classes visit on an alternate week schedule.
Circulation Policy: Students may check out a variety of materials from the library media center including books, magazines, reference materials, audio books, and Kindle Readers. Students are expected to return all materials in good condition and on time. Fees are charged for lost and damaged items. The amount charged depends on the damage. Students must pay the original cost for lost items. Students may be denied checkout privileges until late materials are returned and any fees are paid. All students have access to our digital content at all times, even during holidays and summer vacation.
If you have questions or concerns, please e-mail Mrs. McManus or call (803)981-1465. Voice mail messaging is available.