Our hours are 7:40-3:15 daily.
In addition to checking out books, students are welcome to use the library for research, homework help, study time, independent reading, and use of the maker space. All visitors are required to have teacher permission to use the library.
Late Fee Policy
Libraries do not charge late fees to make money, but to teach students responsibility. However, there are other ways to do this than to charge a late fee. Starting in the 2019-2020 school year, the Madison Middle Library will no longer charge fines for late books. Instead, student may choose to repay their fines in three different ways.
1. Read Away: Fines can be repaid by coming into the library and reading. 30 minutes of reading will repay 50 cents in fines.
2. Food for Fines: Bring in a can of food for the Madison Middle School Food bank, and repay your fines while helping the less fortunate in our community. One can of food will repay $1.00 in fines.
3. Clothing Bank Donations: Bring in your unused or old dress code clothing for donation to the Madison Middle School Clothing Closet. Each article of clothing will repay $5.00 in fines.
This does not waive fines for books that were borrowed from other schools.
Please see Mr. Hatfield if you have any questions.
Mr. Hatfield has been the library media specialist at Madison Middle School since 2015. He has taught in middle school classrooms since 2001. His hobbies include reading (of course), traveling, and playing with his dogs.
If you have any questions, comments, or just want to say "Hi", you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.