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Media Center

Welcome to the
Library Media Center!

Nancy A. Trust, Media Specialist

Phone: 732-350-4994, ext. 6013

Media Center Philosophy

Through appropriate training and use of library media programs and materials, the entire school population will become better critical thinkers and problem solvers. Students will be exposed to a variety of materials so that they can independently select appropriate resources. With this ability, students will be able to access technologically advanced resources to support research and pleasurable pursuits.

Students will...

  • develop skills in the use of information
  • use technology and other tools to write and do research
  • think creatively and problem solve
  • develop, locate, summarize, organize, synthesize and evaluate information
  • produce products and presentations
  • become lifelong learners

Summer Reading Program

Reading to your child during the summer months is extremely important. Check out my Summer Reading Program 2020 in my Google Classroom.  You will find many important resources there such as why it is so important for children to read at least 15-20 minutes per day, reading suggestions, games, educational learning sites, contests, book giveaways from Barnes and Noble, and so much more!!! Take a virtual field trip and go on an adventure right from the comfort of your home! There are many exciting, fun, learning opportunities in my  Summer Google Classroom, so I hope you will take the time to explore them!!!


Our Collection


We have over 10,000 books and audio books which correlate with the curriculum we teach. There are ten student access computers to allow students and teachers to search the Library Book Catalog and use the Internet or various Microsoft applications.

Scheduling for Classes

Students visit the Media Center every week. During their Media Center class they will select books to check out and have a story time or a skills lesson or do research. Individuals and small groups may come to the Media Center during the day with teacher permission.