Walton Library / Media Center
Our Mission: To assist in improving every student's functional literacy. In addition to supporting the standards for research, technology, literature and reading in the academic subject areas, the media center provides materials and services to instill a love of books and reading and to promote independent life-long learning.
Responsible Reading: In our middle school library that serves students ranging in ages from eleven to fourteen, a wide variety of materials are needed. Obviously, what is interesting and appropriate for eleven-year-olds may not be interesting and/or appropriate for fourteen-year-olds and visa versa. When students select books, Ms. Proffitt will issue the standard advice: "If you choose a book that makes you uncomfortable or that would make your parents uncomfortable, return it." The beauty of libraries is that they are all about choice. Find a book you can completely enjoy.
Librarian: Michelle Proffitt
Please email Ms. Proffitt with questions or for help with assignments.
Hours: M-F 9:00-4:00
Checkout Policy: Students may check out 2 or 3 books for a month.
Maker Space: Valentines
In-School Students- Students may check out 3 books at a time. Use the Destiny catalog to the left to search for books or to place books on hold. Students may also put books on hold and Ms. Proffitt will deliver them to your class. Overdue notices will be emailed to students every 2 weeks. Please see Ms. Proffitt if there are any questions about the books.
Virtual Students- Students may place three items on hold in the Follett Destiny Library System. Students will receive an email notification when their holds are ready for pickup in the office daily from 9-4:00.
Click here for Ms. Proffitt's helpful virtual learning links.
2022 Spring Newsletter and Reading List
Learn how to put books on hold
Request a book for the library
Book Collections and Suggestions
Sign up for a JMRL Public library Card
Teachers: Reserve the Librarian