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Media Center

Mrs. PalmerBobbie J. Palmer 

Media Specialist
(615) 890-6004




The Holloway High Media Center is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Mission Statement

To support and enhance the curriculum, and create a community of students who are information literate, lifelong learners, and avid readers.


I believe that all students can learn at a high level.

Policies: Students:

  • Students may check out three books at a time.
  • Normal check-out period for books is 3 weeks. However, students may request an extended check-out.
  • Loan period for laptops, markers, games, and headphones is same day as check out.
  • Students may visit the media center any time during regular hours, but must have a note or pass from his or her teacher during class time.
  • No drinks, chewing gum, or food allowed in the media center.
  • The fine for overdue materials is 10 cents per school day.
  • If materials are lost or damaged, students will be financially responsible for replacement materials.
  • Fines and overdue books must be cleared in the Library Media Center before reports cards will issued, or to walk at graduation.


  • Please schedule class time as early as possible.Students must have a signed agenda or pass from teacher to visit the media center during class time.
  • Turn in books, videos and other media by the first of May for inventory.
The Library Media Center would like to thank Lisa Reid for the generous donation of art supplies, puzzles, and books.  We would also like to thank Lis Couser for her book donation.
The Printed Word Book Club saw the movie The hate u give recently. It was emotionally intense. It deviated from the book somewhat and left out one of the characters, but overall it was well done and is very thought provoking.  
The Printed Word Book Club recently helped out with a Habitat for Humanity build here in Murfreesboro.
The pictures above show "weeded books" and ornaments students painted to reflect the winter break in the Library Media Center.
I just finished reading "The hate u give" by Angela Thomas, and feel that everyone should read it.  Racism and police brutality have become hot topics that are heavily debated, and that is the focus of the book.  Thomas tells the story from the perspective of a young black girl that witnesses her childhood friend shot by a policeman. The writer's style puts you there with graphic details, and helps you to understand what it is like to be black and living in a poor neighborhood.

New Books:

Dear Martin

The hate u give

The double bind

The running dream

Milk and honey

The sun and her flowers

Brain on fire

Four perfest pebbles


Dead by sunset

Top ten

Where she went


The list

There's someone inside your house

and many more!


Teaching Books