Rhonda Massengale Media Specialist
Phone: (251) 221-3084 ext.23004
Lindsay Miller Media Specialist
Phone: (251) 221-3084 ext.23042
Welcome to the W.P.Davidson library. The library's mission is to enable individuals and staff with the ability to find, read, evaluate, utilize, share and create content using various digital devices.
Hours: 7:00-3:00 Later hours are available, if prior arrangements are made.
Click here to search the library's online catalog.
- The library is for every student and staff member in the school. It can be used for the digital café, the computers, pleasure reading, and to check out library books.
- Students must have their ID to check out library and or textbooks.
Rules and Procedures
- Teachers may schedule classes, or may send up to four students at a time with a library pass, as long as there is room. Passes are not accepted from a substitute.
- Students must sign in and out when coming to the library on a pass.
- A student may check out up to three books for a two-week period. Books may be renewed, as long as it does not have a hold.
- Students are responsible for all damaged/lost library/textbooks.
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