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Oneonta High School    Oneonta, AL

Terri Hubauer/ Media Specilaist Phone Icon (205) 625-4129 Email Icon Email
  Lynn Walden Phone Icon (205) 625-4129 Email Icon Email


Oneonta High School Media Center

Welcome to the OHS Media Center -- an open-access library

Hours of operation: 7:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Monday thru Friday



Mrs. Hubauer

First Period:  Library

Second Period:  Library/Yearbook Staff

Third Period:  Library

Fourth Period:  English 101/102/Library

Fifth Period:  Library

Sixth Period:  Library/ACT Prep

Seventh Period:  Library


Mrs. Walden

First Period:  OHS/OMS Library

Second Period:  ACCESS

Third Period:  OES Library

Fourth Period:  OES Library

Fifth Period:  ACCESS

Sixth Period:  OHS/OMS Library

Seventh Period:  OHS/OMS Library



Vision Statement


The Oneonta High School Media Center envisions library media programs that are fully integrated into the school’s curriculum while leading the way in technology and the use of information.  The media center also envisions patrons who are independently achieving success.




It is the philosophy of the Oneonta High School Media Center that all students can be encouraged to reach their full potential and show growth with the appropriate materials and strategies.




The objectives of the Oneonta High School Media Center are


  • to provide materials and services that meet the needs of the school’s curriculum and the students’ ability needs.
  • to provide materials and services that meet the patrons’ information and recreational needs.
  • to equip every student with life-long learning skills.
  • to promote information literacy and to collaborate with teachers to incorporate information literacy into instruction.





  • Class and individual research assistance 
  • Booktalks and personal reading guidance
  • Automated catalog and circulation system
  • Internet access  
  • Classroom equipment service   
  • Computers for word processing, publications, PowerPoint, etc.
  • ebooks



The Oneonta High School Media Center currently has a collection of over 9,000 volumes, in addition to numerous magazines and ebooks.  There are 32 computers and 20 laptops for student use.  The Media Center also houses a VariQuest poster maker and laminator.





Q. Who may check out materials? A. All Oneonta City School students and staff may check out materials.

Q. How long may materials be kept? A. Books may be checked out for two weeks.

Q. May materials be renewed? A. Yes, if no one else has reserved the materials.

Q. How many books may be checked out at a time? A. Students may check out two books at one time.

Q. Are there fines for overdue books? A. Yes, fines are 5 cents per school day.

OPAC link to OHS Library Media Center



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