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I believe the library is the heart of the school! My hope is to instill a love of reading into every child! 

Guidelines for checking out books:
  • Students may check out 2 books at a time. 
  • Students with overdue books may not check out additional books until the overdue book is returned. If the book is damaged or lost, a  fine will be charged to replace it.
Digital Resources from the Library
Both the Liberty Drive Media Center and the Davidson County Public Library offer many digital resources that can be accessed from home.  You can download audiobooks, ebooks, videos, magazines, and more.
The easiest place to get digital media while at home is from the North Carolina Digital Library.  Through the StudentAccess program, you have access because you are a TCS student.  Besides your TCS Chromebook, you can read ebooks, listen to audiobooks, watch movies, etc. on other devices like tablets and cell phones, too.
See the PDF file below for instructions for accessing the North Carolina Digital Library. 
Other Resources for Students & Staff...
For more academic resources, NC WiseOwl and NC Live are your "go to" sources.  Both contain tons of databases of ebooks, articles, photos, etc. that can be used for research on every topic.
To access NC WiseOwl from home, you need to have a password that cannot be posted publicly on this website.  To get the password, email Mrs. Land and she will send it to you.
NC Wiseowl
Kristal Land
Media Coordinator
(336) 474-4194
"If you don't like to read, you haven't found the right book!"  --J.K. Rowling