DCH Media Center
(See a DCH Media Specialist for password list to databases)
Students are encouraged to use the library for both educational purposes and pleasure reading.
Students may use the Internet for approved instructional purposes.
Any student may check out a total of 3 books for a period of two weeks, if the student has no overdue books.
Students using the library during class must have a pass from a teacher, stating the time of arrival and departure from the library.
Students are welcome to utilize the Media Center from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday unless it is closed for SOL Testing or other reasons.
Food and drink are not allowed in the library.
A book check may occur prior to students leaving the media center.
Appropriate behavior is expected of all students.
This year, Deep Creek High School’s library will continue to promote the Virginia Readers’ Choice program, sponsor and enthusiastic book club, and provide a place for students to read and learn. Our mission is to meet each student where they are with reading and move them forward. We want all of our students to find the joy in reading.
Reading makes us better individuals and better citizens; there are things you can do to keep your teenagers reading or turn them into readers:
- Be a role model and read; it does not matter what you read as long as you do.
- Share what you are reading with the teenagers in your life.
- Encourage them to read.
- Talk to them about what they are reading.
- Make sure they have things to read such as newspapers, magazines, and books; take them to the library and/or bookstore.
- Remind them they have a great library at school that does not charge them overdue fines!
We are all reading teachers and reading role models. Please contact DCHS’s media specialists, Nikki Keegan or Darla Cline, if you have more questions about getting your student to read.
Media Center Staff
Ms. Nikki Keegan: Media Specialist
Ms. Darla Cline: Media Specialist
Ms. Annette Dickerson: Media Center Secretary