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Messing Library Mission Statement

The Mission of Messing Library is to:

  • encourage the development of life long learners
  • collaborate with faculty to promote learning across the curriculum
  • teach information literacy skills
  • advocate a love for reading and libraries
  • provide a collection of materials reflective of the needs of the MICDS Middle School community.
 

What does a school librarian do?

 

School librarians are educators who cross disciplines and grade levels as they work to empower every student with the skills, resources, and tools to:

  • inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge;

  • draw conclusions, make informed decisions, apply knowledge to new situations, and create new knowledge;

  • share knowledge and participate ethically and productively as members of our democratic society;

  • pursue personal and aesthetic growth.

The ability to think, create, share, and grow in school and beyond is called Learning4Life

"School Librarians and Learning4Life." American Library Association. 7 Sept. 2012, Web, 17 Aug. 2013.
<http://www.ala.org/aasl/learning4life/school-librarians>.
Document ID: 9de33ce5-041b-88b4-4950-952ceab1cf30
 

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1. We'd love to hear from you! Is there a book you are dying to read? Wish we would offer another library service? Just need to share some wisdom about your experience in the library? We're all ears!
 

Welcome to Messing Library

Photograph by Shannon McCollough

Welcome to the virtual Messing Library!  Here you will be able to access the library catalog, lists of new books, annotated lists of the Twain and Truman nominee titles, eBooks, databases, research project pages, MLA Style Guide, research tips and tricks, a list of helpful websites, summer reading lists, and much, much more.  Be sure to check out the About Messing Library page for FAQs, a list of library resources, and other fascinating information.  

     

    How to be a successful student? Work with your Librarian!

    Covey, Melissa. "Think, Create, Share, and Grow. " American Library Association. 21 Jun., 2011.  Web. 17 Aug. 2013.
    <http://www.ala.org/aasl/guidelinesandstandards/learning4life/resources/el11>.
    Document ID: 542eeb36-7dd1-1944-6dee-d615acc6db51
    Used with permission.
     

    Public Library

    Need a County library card? All MICDS students and faculty are eligible to sign up for a St. Louis County Library regardless of what county you reside in!  STL County Library has an amazing audio book collection which makes it well worth it!  For more information, visit us in the Messing Library or click the image above to visit the public library's website. 

     

    PanoRAMa: The MICDS Middle School Yearbook

    Hey Rams, the Yearbook Committee is working hard to capture the story and memories of your school year. 

    Want to order a yearbook?  Go to www.yearbookforever.com and type in MICDS.   Yearbooks are $35.00 and must be paid for with a credit card.  Good things happen to those who wait, so you'll need to wait for the last week of school to get your yearbook.  Thanks for buying a yearbook! 

     

    This year's top titles!

     

    Messing Library Catalog - The OPAC

    Research Databases

    Databases provide credible and vetted sources for all your academic research needs.

        

      NoodleTools

      Stay organized and on track with your research. Let NoodleTools do the grunt work while you spend your time resesarching.

          
         

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