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The Dr. Ronald E. McNair High Media Center serves as an information hub for the school and our community. We offer instruction and curricular support to ensure our students are influential users and producers of ideas and information. We provide access to technology, print, and e-resources to support the curricular needs of our students and staff. We collaborate with teachers on instructional initiatives, teach information literacy skills in the curriculum context, and promote reading for information and pleasure.

Our library contains over 18,000 books, provides access to multiple subscription databases and research tools, and makes available i-pads, laptop computers, LCD projectors, document cameras, and other devices to support existing classroom technologies.

Hours and Contact Info
Library Hours
 Our hours of operation are 7:45am-3:15pm
 (Students must have a morning or afternoon library pass to visit the library before or after school)

Teacher/Librarian
Staci Yates - Media Specialist
Larry Spradling - Library Media Assistant


Join Ms. Yates for the Reading Bowl Today!

 

Vision and Mission
Vision and Mission Statement 
Mission: Ronald E. McNair High School Media Center offers a welcoming and supportive environment by providing materials and instruction to enhance and support the curriculum. The REMHS Media Center strives to promote reading for excellence, achievement, development, and success by providing a current, curriculum-based collection in various formats and levels. Our library contains over 18,000 books, provides access to multiple subscription databases and research tools, and makes available ipads, laptop computers, LCD projectors, document cameras, and other devices to support existing classroom technologies  Ronald E. McNair High School Media Center.

Vision: The vision of Ronald E. McNair High School Media Center is to welcome staff and students to become lifelong readers by becoming empowered through the knowledge gained by the resources the library provides.  – Ronald E. McNair High School Media Center

 

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