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Media Center Circulation Desk
circdesk@glenrocknj.org
201-445-7700 x6242

Hours: 7:20AM - 4:00PM (Monday through Friday)
7PM - 9PM (Tuesday & Thursday evenings)

 
 
Linda Hartman
Media Specialist
hartmanl@glenrocknj.org
201-445-7700 x8972
Lauren Mitchell
Media Specialist
mitchelll@glenrocknj.org
201-445-7700 x6273
James Warren
Technology/AV Technician
warrenj@glenrocknj.org
201-445-7700 x8976
Media Center Announcements
STEVE SHEINKIN AUTHOR VISIT 3-29
Steve Sheinkin Author Visit at GRMS
On Wednesday, March 29th, author Steven Sheinkin will visit Glen Rock Middle School. Mr. Sheinkin writes fast-paced, historical nonfiction for middle and high school students. Sheinkin is a three-time National Book Award finalist and has won many other literary awards. His novels include, The Port Chicago 50: Disaster, Mutiny, and the Fight for Civil Rights, The Notorious Benedict Arnold, Lincoln’s Grave Robbers, Bomb: The Race to Build-and Steal-The World's Most Dangerous Weapon, and Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War. His most recent work, Undefeated: Jim Thorpe and the Carlisle Indian School Football Team, is an astonishing underdog sports story. It's the story of a group of young men who came together, facing overwhelming obstacles, both on and off the field, and their absolute refusal to accept defeat. You can view some of his other titles and find out more about Mr. Sheinkin at stevesheinkin.com. This program was facilitated by Lauren Mitchell, Middle School Media Specialist and was made possible by the generous support of both the Glen Rock HSA and the Glen Rock Educational Foundation.
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MEDIA CENTER ART EXHIBIT: CARTOONING
Cartoons delight people of all ages. They can be found in printed material such as newspapers and comic books, or viewed as a movie or television show. They are created for a variety of reasons – politics, entertainment or advertising. This collection showcases a wide variety of cartoons, from Benjamin Franklin’s “Join or Die”, the first cartoon published in an American newspaper to Disney’s iconic Mickey Mouse. Examine the cartoons in progress by Allen Milgrom and Hy Eisman and then find the “Ninas” in Al Hirschfeld’s wonderful inked cartoons.


This exhibit is sponsored by TIC TOC THEATRE & ART, a volunteer organization created to provide fine and performing arts experiences to students.
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MEDIA CENTER MIND GAMES
Useful Documents
 Media Center Orientation.pptm
Not familiar with the Media Center? View the Media Center Orientation PowerPoint.
 Media Center Policies & Procedures.pdf
Policies and Procedures for using the Media Center, including ground rules, borrowing and renewal.
 DESTINY HELP- How To Perform A Basic Search.pdf
Having trouble getting started in Destiny? This guide will show you how to perform a basic search and find resources you want.
 Collection Materials.pdf
Description of all print resources maintained by the MC and where to find them.

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