Friends of the Media


Friends of the Media is a group of school library advocates. The school library media center can be described as the heart of the school and provides numerous services for our population including students, parents, teachers and staff. The “Friends” help our program reach its full potential and achieve program goals. These advocates are an essential part to our mission statement, and we could not function without them.


Q: Who can be a member of the Friends group?
A: Any student, parent, faculty member or community member (upon volunteer approval).

Q: How can I become a member of the Friends group?
A: Simply fill out a membership application.

Q: How do Friends impact the media program?
A: Friends are the primary advocates and volunteer base for our school library programs. They help serve the patrons, help coordinate programs, and input ideas for improvements of the library media center.

Q: What are the benefits of membership?
A: Those who are members of Friends of the Media will have VIP access to all media special events, clubs and book fairs. That’s right…you will get a special preview night before anyone else!!! Once a nine weeks, students who are Friends of the Media will be invited to a Member Celebration held in the media center. At the Celebration we will discuss books, have snacks, draw for door prizes, play games and present book dedications in honor of contributing members. Students also receive a free book during their birthday month!!

Adult members will be invited to a Book Bunch Brunch once in December and again in April. Adult members also have access to all special events and book fairs. During book fairs, Friends members will receive a free book of choice, under $10.00 or a 10% discount on all purchases. (NOTE: The discount is not valid for the BOGO Book Fair in the spring.)

Q: What are book dedications?
A: As a member of the Friends group, a book will be purchased and labeled in honor of the member for our media collection.