• Media Clerk Tanya Reid



    To provide a safe and welcoming environment where both students and teachers have access to interesting and high level books and materials to aid in both the curriculum and the development of students’ growth academically as well as personally. 


    To support our vision we will:

    • nurture a love of reading and an appreciation of books.
    • foster each child's natural curiosity for knowledge.
    • provide intellectual and physical access to a variety of interesting and appropriate materials for education as well as for recreation.
    • support the school's curriculum and reading initiatives.
    • provide computers where students may take quizzes in order to be successful in reaching their Read N Quiz goals.

    Media Center Procedures:

    Students may check out books during the school day. 

                Kindergarten and First Grade – 1 book per student

                2nd Grade – 2 books per student

                3rd through 5th grade – Up to 4 books per student

    Books may be checked out up to 2 weeks and may be renewed 2 times.  Students are responsible for lost or damaged books.  Fines must be paid before the student is permitted to go on non-SEAS field trips. 

    Pay for fines here: Broward School's E-Store     


    If you love to read and help children then volunteering in the Media Center is a wonderful opportunity. We are looking for dedicated individuals to help with the following areas.

    • shelve books
    • prepare materials
    • assist with book fair
    • type certificates
    • assist with inventory

    If you are interested, complete the on-line volunteer application at: Click here for application

    We look forward to hearing from you!


    We sincerely welcome gifts and donations in the form of materials or monetary funds. The donation should meet the following criteria for addition to the collection:

    • The offered items are within the scope of the library’s collection and their use falls within the stated library mission.
    • The library has enough time and resources to process and maintain the offered items.
    • The item does not unnecessarily duplicate materials already held.
    • The item’s condition is acceptable.
    • The library has space to store the donated items.
    • The item is supportive of the school's curriculum or interests of faculty and students and is on an appropriate elementary school academic level.