Colquitt County High School

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Colquitt County High School Media Center

Our goal is to ensure that students graduate as competent and ethical users of information,
with strong intellectual curiosity and a life-long love of reading.

Media Specialists:
Cheryl Youse  |  Angela Nighbert

Library Catalog

Symbaloos: More Resources than you can possibly use! But lots of good stuff here.

Note: Some of the databases below are only available on campus. Off campus, you will be asked for the current GALILEO password, which you can get at the media center, from the slideshow on the hallway panels, or from a teacher. This Symbaloo links to others for specific subjects.

Policies for Students

  • May come with a pass
  • Audio materials may be checked out for one week
  • Books may be checked out for two weeks
  • Two checkouts per student at one time
  • Fines will be assessed for late materials
  • Copies can be made at the cost of ten cents each

Policies for Teachers

  • If bringing an entire class, make reservations as soon as possible, at least 2 days in advance--first come, first served
  • If you'd like to collaborate on a lesson, contact Dr. Youse
  • Teachers will supervise their classes in the media center and see that they clean up after themselves
  • Books may be checked out for four weeks
  • Past issues of magazines may be checked out for 3 days
  • Audio materials may be checked out for one week
  • Equipment and other items are available for teacher checkouts--see policy list with info packet

Ready Reference

2019 Edible Book Festival was held April 29. Entries were in the following categories:

Most Pun-derful
Drop-Dead Gorgeous
Classic or Banned Book
Children's Book

Altered Books Projects, CCHS, 2019