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Welcome to the Clemmons Middle
School Library Media Center 
 Summer Reading
 CMS Student Reading

Summer is a great time to read a book!  Any book!  Lots of books!  E-Books!  Comic Books!  Read books that are interesting to you.  Read books for information and for entertainment.  The more books you read, the more your brain stays engaged over the summer.  The more books you read, the more vocabulary you will learn.  Read fiction and non-fiction--all genres.  Reading is fun!  Reading opens the door to the world and lets you explore faraway places and new ideas! Sign up for a summer reading program!

Also, be sure to visit the public library and check out their books, E-books, and audio books!  It's free!

Click the beach umbrella for Summer Reading Lists and Summer Reading Programs. 
Click here for Summer Reading Lists & Programs

World Book Web 

 The Dynamic Library Duo
Library Faculty Mrs.Rebecca Bobbitt, Teacher~Librarian Masters of Library and Information Science, UNCG Bachelors of Englis
Mrs.Rebecca Bobbitt, Teacher~Librarian
Masters of Library and Information Science, UNCG
Bachelors of English, Salem College
Graduate of Elkin High School
Media Assistant
Mrs. Felicia Melvin, School Library Media Assistant  

CMS Address: 3785 Fraternity Church Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27127

CMS Phone: (336) 703.4217
CMS Fax: (336) 774.4678
CMS Library Media Center
Mission Statement
 The mission of the Clemmons Middle School Library Media Center is to ensure that students are 21st Century effective users of ideas and information.  This mission is accomplished:   
  • by providing intellectual and physical access to materials in all formats;
  • by providing instruction to encourage competence and to stimulate interest in  reading, viewing, and using information and         ideas;
  • by working with other educators to design learning strategies to meet the needs of individual students.




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