Media Center Information

We believe that the Media Center is the heart of the total learning program of Marbury High School, in that it helps implement, support, and enrich the educational program of the school

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 1. To be able to provide students and teachers with the library materials and services that are appropriate and meaningful in their growth and development as individuals and to prepare them to be productive citizens in college and in the workforce.

 2. To be able to help students and teachers become skillful and discriminating users of the Media Center.

 3. To be able to help students and teachers become aware of the ethical use of research materials; teaching them about copyright and how to correctly cite sources to prevent plagiarism.

 4. To be able to help give students access to technology resources to help prepare students for the workforce.


The Media Center will use a balance of the open and scheduled approach to library usage. Teachers can sign-up to bring their whole class for special projects by signing-up on the master schedule in the Teacher Sign-Up folder at the circulation desk. Before teachers sign-up for research, they need to please let me know their plans and topics no fewer than one week in advance so I can assist them and their students appropriately. (There are topics that we do not have the material to support so please plan ahead with me and your research will go more smoothly.)

Students may also come into the library during break time to check out a book or use the computers. However, they are not allowed to bring food or drink into the library or come individually during core (Math, Science, Social Studies, and English) class time unless given a pass to work on a specific project for the class.

Students were given the Autauga County Internet Permission Use Form at the beginning of the year. If he/she has not returned it, they will not be allowed to use a computer at school.

If a student has not turned in the Library Media Center User Agreement Form signed by his/her parent, he or she may not be allowed to check out books. Please turn this form in so that each student has full access to the materials available to them for their academic success.


Please look around our page for important forms, helpful links, and and news for the media center!

Thank You and Go Bulldogs!

Ms. Melissa Beeson

Media Specialist

Media Specialist:
Melissa Beeson
334-387-1910 ext. 29010


Media Aide and ACCCESS Facilitator:
Susanne Winningham 334-397-1910 ext. 29016