About the library
- Students will access the very best of children's literature.
- At each grade level, students will learn research and computer skills specifically suited to their developmental needs.
- Classroom teachers collaborate with the library to integrate information and technology skills into core curriculum classes.
- Library lessons will stress good digital citizenship, helping students make safe and ethical decisions when using the Internet.
- We have a lot of special events being planned, including author visits and a book fair.
- If you would like to volunteer in the library, please let us know. We'd love to have you.
Two librarians and several learning areas allow the library to be open throughout the whole school day for research, independent study, and to exchange books while scheduled classes are being taught.
The SHCS Library boasts over 18,000 books, over 1,400 audio-visual materials, and access to online research databases and the World Book Encyclopedia through the Tennessee Electronic Library.
Sacred Heart participates in an annual Scholastic Book Fair to raise funds for our library and expose our students to the newest titles in children's literature.
The library wishes to thank all the faculty, staff, parents and students for making the last Scholastic Book Fair a tremendous success! The decorations were awesome, the students had a great time, parent volunteers exceeded any previous year, middle school students worked for service hours, and the “spirit of reading” was evident throughout the school!
The next Book Fair will be May 10-17, 2019.
The Sacred Heart Magazine Drive is a great way to support our school's library. During the annual subscription drive, students and classes are eligible to receive prizes for sales.
You can order magazine at any time and the library earns 40% of your purchase!
Thank you for your support!
School Code: 2639805
The library gratefully accepts donations in lieu of orders. Please make checks out to Sacred Heart and return them in the sales envelope. Children will receive prizes for donations, too.
The library is thrilled to offer students the opportunity to meet and learn from published authors. Learn about our events by clicking below:
2016-2017 Chris Grabenstein
2015-2016 Vince Vawter and
illustrator Mike Lowery
2014-2015 Heather Montgomery
2013-2014 Chris Barton
2012-2013 Michael Shoulders
2011-2012 Michael Shoulders
2010-2011 David Sargent & Michael Knight
Volunteer in the library!
All school volunteers must have completed their Virtus training. Please check in at the front office before coming to the library.
Middle School students may receive service hours for volunteering in the library. See a librarian for information.
1. Shelve returned materials.
2. Check out materials to students and teachers using the computer.
3. Check in returned materials using the computer.
4. Mend books when trained to do so. Books needing repairs (torn pages, jackets, loose bindings, etc.) are to be placed on the table in the back room.
5. Cover book jackets
6. Process new magazines and books.
7. File catalogs.
8. Dust and "read" shelves (make sure they're in order).
9. Work on other projects as requested.