Welcome to the CMS Library Media Center

  • Our library is a place for our students to read, research, explore and grow.  We offer an ever-expanding collection of books and resources for students and teachers, including a wide assortment of digital resources provided by Knox County Schools.  The librarian, Mrs. Smith, is always happy to help students and teachers locate the resources they need.

    HAPPY READING!!

    Library Hours:  8:00 - 3:45  Mon-Fri

    Circulation Policy

      • Students may check out 3 books at a time for 3 weeks.  Books may be renewed once if there are no other holds placed for the book.
      • Students are responsible for returning books on time.  Late fines of $0.05 per book will be assessed daily for overdue materials (maximum fine of $5.00 per book).  Students have a 3 day grace period after their due date to return books without a fine.
      • Students must pay full replacement cost for any lost, stolen or damaged books.

Announcements

  • BOOK FAIR SUCCESS!

    A big "Thank You!!" to all who shopped our Spring Scholastic Book Fair.  Your contributions helped earn over $2000-worth of books for the library and classrooms!  WooHoo!!  Happy Reading!

     

     

    Comments (-1)

#CMS_Lib Tweets

Goodreads

CarterMS's bookshelf: read

Lola and the Boy Next Door
Isla and the Happily Ever After
Life As We Knew It
If I Stay
Ship Breaker
The Madness Underneath
The Cross of Lead
The House of the Scorpion
Okay for Now
Leviathan
The Giver
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Ruby Red
Masterpiece
Chains
Seedfolks
Found
Bloody Jack
The Book Thief
The Fault in Our Stars


CarterMS Library's favorite books »

eBooks

MackinVIA

Librarian

  •  Mrs. Rachel Smith

    Mrs. Rachel Smith

    Twitter:  @CarterMSReads #CMS_Lib
     
    BA - English Literature
    University of Tennessee, 2002
     
    MLIS - School Library Concentration
    University of Tennessee, 2011

     

Knox County Public Library LitUp Festival

  • Save the Date!

    Are you interested in Literature, Imagination, or Technology?  Check out the LitUp Festival sponsored by the Knox County Public Library on October 13, 2019, in downtown Knoxville!  More details are available by clicking the image.

    LitUp Graphic

    Are you a teen who would like to help plan the festival? 

    Please join the advisory board by signing up!