PRHS Media Center Vision:

The vision of the Media Center is to be the center of collaboration, curiosity, adaptability, critical inquiry, and transliteracy at Pine Ridge High School.

PRHS Media Center Mission:

Our mission is to empower students to be critical thinkers, effective and ethical users and producers of ideas and information, and lifelong readers and learners, in order to become successful citizens in a global society.  Our students will meet these challenges while retaining a strong sense of their own culture, diversity, and heritage.  

Lunch Hour Policy

Hackey CBE

Mrs. Hackey

Ms. Rivera

Mrs. Rivera

Welcome to the PRHS Media Center
2019-2020 Florida Teens Read
Florida Teens Read Dogtags
Read the book, get a FTR Dogtag.
Read all 15, get invited to the FTR Pizza Party in the Spring!

Who will be the FIRST to read ALL 15?

The library is your center for work, exploration, research, discovery, and calm.
Enter with purpose and be where you are supposed to be. 
If a student disrupts this environment, he/she will be asked to leave.

Food and drink are NOT welcome in the Media Center.  Only water bottles with lids are allowed. 

We will be CLOSED FOR LUNCH until further notice.  You are welcome to come during OFFICE HOURS to check out books, to work QUIETLY on assignments, or to get assistance from Mrs. Hackey with anything related to what the Media Center has to offer.  You may NOT come in to socialize with friends.  The Media Center is a place for learning.  If your behavior and/or noise level interferes with the learning environment, you will be asked to leave.  

The Media Center will remain open from 2:30-3:30 on Early Release Wednesdays for students to study.  Please be aware that the Media Center is often used by clubs/organizations during this time and may not be a suitable place for quiet studying.

Furniture may NOT be moved.  Tables and chairs are placed to maximize study/reading space and minimize unnecessary noise.  This will help us maintain an area that is conducive to learning.