Media Center Information
***M,T, 8:15 AM -- 4:30 PM
***W 8:55 AM -- 5:00 PM
***Th 8:15 AM -- 5:00 PM
***F 8:15 AM -- 4:15 PM
Media Center Passes:
Students are welcome in the Page High School Media Center at all times with a PINK media pass and an appropriate purpose. PINK media passes may be given by any teacher at Page and are provided to teachers by the Page media staff.
During the school day (periods 1-6), students need to have a PINK media pass to come to the media center. PINK passes are not required for the 15 minutes preceding first period and after school. If a student wishes to come to the media center before 8:25 AM , he/she must have a PINK pass issued by a teacher.
Students who are staying after school must be in the media center by 4:00 PM. Students who disturb other students or who are not on task may be asked to leave.
Times when students do not need a pass to enter the media center:
*** Between 8:40 a.m. and 8:55 a.m.
*** After school.
*** When accompanied by a teacher or with a class.
Entering and Exiting:
Upon entering the media center, please sign the log-in book using the correct time and place your library pass in the basket. When you are ready to leave, please retrieve your pass, stamp it at the time clock and return to class.
Guilford County Schools provides Internet access for student use for school-related purposes only. Students may not use the Internet for any purpose that is not related to a class or school assignment. Inappropriate uses include, but are not limited to, watching online sports and music videos, updating or checking Facebook or MySpace, instant messaging and personal emails. For more information please read Guilford County Schools' Acceptable Use Policy.
Students are welcome to print school-related materials free of charge. Examples of acceptable items for printing include the following: a final copy of work for submission to a teacher, school-related research notes typed in Microsoft Word, college application information, etc. Please do not print directly from the Internet at any time. Students should make every attempt to limit what they print to items that are absolutely necessary so that media center resources will be available for the entire school year.