Media Center Mission Statement

  • The Fulton County Schools Media and Educational Technology department promotes academic excellence by empowering student and staff to be effective, discriminating users of ideas and information. Additionally, Fulton County Schools Media and Educational Technology Instructors (METIs) assist instructional staff in using technology effectively for differentiating instruction and providing rigorous, relevant, and engaging learning experiences for all students. The Fulton County Schools Media and Educational Technology department facilitates the development of balanced and relevant collections of digital and print resources for teacher and student use. Digital resources are provided for all students that are accessible anytime, anywhere, on any web-enabled computer, laptop, or mobile device. 

Ms. Scholberg

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Ms. Scholberg

Ms. Scholberg grew up in California and her favorite weekly activity was walking with her Grandma to the public library to check out books.  By second grade she was obsessed with the Nancy Drew mysteries.  Ms. Scholberg also had a plan to read every single fiction book in her library, and began at the A’s and got all the way to the L’s, when unfortunately she moved. Literature and learning are her favorite activities.  Ms. Scholberg's favorite part of visiting Washington DC was her visit to the Library of Congress.  Ms. Scholberg is so grateful to be in her dream job at Manning Oaks

Ms. Beversluis

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Ms. Beversluis

  • Checkout Policy:

    • Kindergarten students may check out 1 book for 14 days.
    • 1st Grade through 5th Grade students may check out 2 books for 14 days.
    • Parents/Guardians may check out 5 books for 14 days.