Media Center News & Events

buttons you can collect for Florida Teens Read program

Can You Collect Them All?

Participate in the Florida Teens Read Program and receive a button for each book you read. Vote for your favorite in April. See Mrs. Cain for more information.
how to access your student accounts All students have access to Office 365 and Google accounts for school purposes. With parent permission, students may also have an Office365 Outlook email account. The login is your email address with 8-digit ID number (88888888@yourcharlotteschools.net) and the password is selected by you in ARMS Password Management. The username for ARMS is just your ID number and the temporary password is Student1. School accounts may also be accessed through Classlink Launchpad from school or at home.

florida teens read award logo

Previous Winners

cover of All American Boys book The 2016-17 winner is All American Boys by Jason Reynolds & Brendan Kiely.

Media Center Resources & Policies for Students


  • We are open from 6:50 am - 2:00 pm or until Mrs. Cain leaves for the day.
  • Students may have 4 books checked out at a time.
  • Books are due back after 15 school days or may be renewed.
  • Fines: 5 cents per day for each overdue item.
  • Preloaded Kindle Touch e-readers may be checked out.
  • PLAYAWAYS (MP3 audiobooks) may be checked out.
  • Printing per page: 10 cents for black & white, 25 cents for color.
  • Students may borrow a flash drive.
  • Check out a lunch pass each day to come to the library during lunch.
  • We have a photocopy machine for 10 cents per page.
  • Students may use our Ellison machine to cut out letters for projects.
  • Students may place a book on hold and will be notified when it becomes available.
  • No food or drink is allowed in the Media Center.

  • Mrs. Cain & Mrs. Blake The mission of the Charlotte High School Library Media Program is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information. We will accomplish this mission by providing access to materials in physical and digital formats; by providing instruction to foster competence and stimulate interest in reading, viewing, and using information and ideas; and by working with other educators to design learning strategies to meet the needs of individual students.