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LIBRARY BOOKS DURING COVID 19

Library books may be returned to Nitschmann Middle School

by going through the Food Distribution lines

on Mondays & Wednesdays from 10am-1pm,

OR you may keep your library books at home until we return to school.

If you received an overdue notice, just disregard it. 

Search OPAC for a Nitschmann Library book HERE!

Click above to reserve a book for delivery to your homeroom.

Library Policies

LIBRARY EXPECTATIONS

  • Students will be respectful of others and speak quietly in the library.
  • All books are due in (3) three weeks.
  • Total of (3) three books for check out.
  • Replacement cost for all lost materials is required.  Please make your check or money order payable to: Nitschmann Middle School
  • Internet code of ethics/conduct will be enforced. Any student using technology inappropriately will lose library privileges.
  • Teachers may place materials on hold in the library for as long as needed.
  • All students entering the library will have a pass from their classroom teacher and will sign in upon entering.

Nitschmann Middle School Website

I'm anxious to meet you!

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My name is Mrs. Werkheiser, and I am the Nitschmann Middle School Librarian. 

I can't wait to meet you!

Library Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

I am on Team Bloomsburg! GO HUSKIES!!

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Nitschmann Middle School Library Mission Statement

The mission of the NMS Library is to empower students with foundations in research, information literacy, and technology skills to promote lifelong learning.

The program stimulates intellectual freedom, provides physical access to all available materials, and collaborates with ongoing Common Core classroom instruction.

NMS Library supports an independent love of reading (including handheld and electronic books), creative expression and technology skills needed to be a productive student and citizen in the twenty-first century.