Welcome to the T. L. Hanna
Library Media CenterThe mission of the library is to support the curriculum needs of the students and staff of T. L. Hanna High School and to encourage lifelong learning.
T. L. Hanna Library Media Center houses over 17,000 volumes of books. We currently subscribe to 30 magazines and have over 1,000 titles of educational videos, cassettes, records, CD-ROM reference materials, and vertical files. We also have audiovisual and computer equipment. The TLH Library has collaborative space for students' use. The library catalog, Internet, and many programs can be retrieved from your Chromebook or device, and networked with other computers in the classrooms, offices, and labs throughout the school. Our catalog can be found on Hanna page, Departments, Library Media Center. Search by title, keyword and subject under the "Catalog" tab. FollettShelf, which houses our Ebook collection, can also be found here and on the Hanna page as well.
Students may check out books for 2 weeks. Novel sets used in English classrooms do not have a due date. They should be returned when your class is finished with the novel. If lost, English novels have a charge of $10 to replace the the book. Vertical file materials, magazines, newspapers, reference books, and audiovisual materials are for library use only.
All students will be issued a Chromebook for the school year from the technology area of the media center at the start of the school year and return it at the end of the school year. Please bring your Chromebook to us with any questions or problems during the year. Chromebook insurance is offered during the first few weeks of school for your convenience. Student Chromebooks must remain in Chromebook cases at all times.
T. L. Hanna Library Media Center is staffed with one certified library media specialist, Mrs. Helen Bailey-Duncan, and one library clerk, Mr. Joe Jopp.
The library is open from 7:40 AM until 4:00 PM on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and from 7:40 AM until 3:40 PM on Tuesday and Friday.