• The Heritage High School Media Center Mission Statement:


    The Heritage High School Media Center will create a positive, student-centered learning experience that serves to support classroom/teacher curriculum,  share, motivate, and support student achievement and accomplishments, and prepare students for real world critical thinking and work skills while promoting literacy in all students.

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • The Media Center is for students to utilize that are enrolled at Heritage High School  and that are attending classes on campus during the school day. We offer our students avariety of services and access to many resources for their academic success. 

     

    Printing-  Students have access to one black and white printer. Students may print school-related documents, except photographs, free of charge. All other printing will incur a fee of .10$ per page. 

     

    Computers- Students may access computers for homework, classwork, research, and study purposes ONLY any time throughout the day, with a pass from the classroom teacher. Students will be permitted to use the computers for 30 minutes if others are waiitng, and only during one class period throughout the day, plus before school and/or during lunch.

    Research- Students have access to several research resources. Students must access these resources through their Launchpad both on and off campus. 

    Volunteer Hours- Students interested in volunteering in the Media Center may do so during their lunch, before school, or after school as needed. There is a sign-in sheet at the front desk. Please clear with Mrs. Cote before signing in. 

    Lunch- Students who wish to purchase lunch in the cafeteria and bring their lunch to the Media center must obtain a special pass from either Mrs. Cote or Ms. Burgos or they will not be allowed to leave the cafeteria/courtyard dining areas. Passes are given on a first come/first serve basis and must be checked back in at the end of each quarter. 

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  • The resource for Gale Research has been renewed for another year! Please use the link below to access this spectacular research tool!

     

    Gale Research Resource

    This Gale In Context Global Issues has a password that will need to be entered to access the program:

    Please enter password :  brevard

     

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  • Please Read

    VERY IMPORTANT 

    Parents please read the attached letter for information regarding our policy for Access to Resources and Services in the  School Library Media Program 

    Open Letter to Parents

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Dual Enrollment Textbooks

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    Attention all EFSC Students!

     

    The Media Center will distribute your EFSC textbooks using your course syllabus. Students should visit their first class meeting, acquire the syllabus, and confirm the materials that are required and WILL BE USED for the class. Students then turn in copies of the syllabus to retrieve their textbooks from the Media Center at the Heritage High School campus. In order to avoid ordering unnecessary materials, incorrect textbooks, and materials not covered by district policy, it is necessary for the students to use the syllabus for textbook retrieval. Students must visit the Media Center no later than 2:30pm daily to pick up their books. Please keep in mind that students are responsible for purchasing any consumables such as course outlines and manuals, lab coats, goggles, etc. and any materials/books listed as "recommended". Arrangements will be made for summer courses during May! 

     

    All students receive updates and important information using the REMIND app. It is mandatory for all EFSC students to have this app. Please follow the link below to get this free app and register using our class code dadch2.

    Sign-up for Remind!


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    NEW!!! Teen Reads Book Club to Begi

    The Teen Reads Book Club will have a meeting on Tuesday, 27th, before school at 8 am in the Panther Rock Room in the Media Center. Our focus is to read each of the Florida Teen Reads novels for 2019-2020. All students who participate will attend the annual Brevard Zoo Field Trip in March! Please see Mrs. Cote in the Media Center for questions or if you are unable to attend the first meeting but would still like to participate! . Attendance is only necessary at FOUR meetings throughout the year, wich will take place during the school day and students will be allowed to attend as long as their teacher agrees! Each student who wishes to attend the field trip must also complete ONE blog post on the Florida Teen Reads site. You may also email any questions to Mrs. Cote at the link below.

     

    email Mrs. Cote

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  • Florida Teen Reads List

    The 2019-2020 Florida Teen Teads list is out! Visit the OverDrive or SORA app to read one of these selections on your own smart device! 

    The Poet by Elizabeth Acevedo

    Moonrise by Sarah Crossan

    prince Charming by Rachel hawkins

    A Curse So dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer

    Whisper by Lunette Noni

    Neanderthal Opens the Door to the Universe by Preston Norton

    Dance of the Thieves by Mary E. Pearson

    The Nowhere Girls by Amy Reed

    After the Shot Drops by Randy Ribay

    Not Even Bones by Rebecca Schaffer

    Dry by Neal and Jarrod Shusterman

    The Deceivers by Kristen Simmons

    The 57 Bus by Dashka Slater

    Sadie by Courtney Summers

    This Mortal Coil by Emily Suvada 

     

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