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About the Nashua North Media Center


Mrs. Heidi Grant

Ms. Alexis Baker

Mrs. Peggy Keeney

Mrs. Jeanne O'Brien


Mission Statement

The mission of the Nashua High School North Library Media Center is to ensure that students are effective users of ideas and information, to encourage them to become independent life-long learners in a global society, to help students achieve academic success, and to promote reading for pleasure while developing respectful and responsible citizens. This mission is accomplished by:

  • Providing instruction and integrating information literacy into the curriculum through collaborative efforts between classroom teachers and media specialists.
  • Enriching and supporting the curriculum by providing real and virtual access to appropriate, high-quality, and diverse resources during and outside the school day.

Using the Library Media Center

The Nashua North Library Media Center is designed to accommodate up to five classes (including the classroom and lab), and up to 30 additional students each period.  There is a lot of cooperative and hands-on-learning taking place at all times. Students are expected to respect the learning environment and each other.

All students are free to use the library media center before and after school as well as during their lunch time. Students sent from class or who come during their lunch may use the facility as long as they sign-in at the entrance and follow the same rules of conduct as all other students.

Students have access to the district’s computer network and the Internet through individual network accounts.  All students must abide by the Nashua School District’s Responsible Use Guidelines. Classes visiting the library media center are given priority access to the computers.

Teachers may sign-up in advance to use the library media center resources with their classes.  The media specialists will gladly work with teachers to integrate information literacy skills into the curriculum.  Instruction is provided in selecting, using, and evaluating a wide variety of print and electronic resources.

Borrowing Policies

Present your ID at the circulation desk. 

  • Books are loaned for three weeks.
  • To keep an item longer, bring it in and ask to renew it. An item may be renewed unless it has been has requested by another borrower.

You are responsible for any materials borrowed.  Items lost or damaged will be charged at the replacement value.

Materials may be borrowed from other schools in the district by submitting a request at the circulation desk.