McNulty Media Center

Meet the Librarian I Hours of Operation I Library Catalog I Facilities and Resources I Library Policies I Library Rules I Parent Information

Welcome to the McNulty Elementary Media Center!

The McNulty Media Center provides a space for students to explore their own interests and choose their own reading materials! Stop by and see what’s going on at the McNulty Elementary Media Center.

Meet the Media Specialist

Amy Croteau

librarian standing in front of her books
Amy Croteau is the media specialist at McNulty.  Her favorite book is The Paper Bag Princess.

Hours of Operation

The library is open from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Library Catalog

The McNulty Media Center uses an online catalog powered by HFM BOCES that can help you find the library’s resources by title, author, subject, series, call number, and keyword search. You can also access the catalog from computers in the school’s classrooms or computers at home.

Facilities and Resources

The McNulty Media Center houses more than 16,000 books, 67 videos and 17 magazine subscriptions. Students are typically scheduled to visit the library every four days for class and book exchange.  

Library Policies

Circulation Policy

Students may exchange their books daily. They may keep their books for up to two weeks before they must renew them by bringing them back into the library for scanning. Books may be renewed up to two times before they must be returned to the library.

Overdue/Lost Book Policy

If a student has one overdue book, he/she may not take out another book until the overdue one is returned. 

Library Rules

  • Students are expected to treat each other and the contents of the library as they would like to be treated themselves.
  • No gum is allowed.
  • Internet research computers and Chromebooks must be used for educational purposes only.

Parent Information

Parents, please read and discuss these rules with your children. Together, find an appropriate and safe place for each child to keep library books. Help your child to develop good library habits and a love for reading that will develop into a lifetime appreciation of books. Family use and respect for reading materials will help a child be successful in and out of the classroom.