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    Open each Monday from 3:30-5:30 (4 book checkout limit each week)


     Keep up those reading habits you've started and check out some great books!  Want to do a summer reading book club with friends?  Come meet here!


    Students interested in helping plan activities for next year in the media center are welcome to join the Media Student Advisory Group.  See the calendar below for meeting times and email Mrs. Burr if you are interested.





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  • HOURS:
    The media center is open every day during the school year from 8:15-4:15; Wednesday afternoons until 5:30.  Students may come to the media center at any time during the day with a teacher pass and must sign in at the circulation desk.
     There are multiple spaces available in the media center: Checkout Area, Reference/Project Work Area, the "Fishbowl"-a collaborative work space to be used for video creation or a group activity, the News Broadcast Room, Computer Work Area, and the Professional Library.
     1) Two books may be checked out at one time, for a two week period, and may be renewed up to two times (if a hold has not been placed on the book).
     2) Students are limited to two "holds" at a time. 
     3) We do not charge overdue fees, but ask that books be returned in a timely manner as a courtesy to others. However, if you have a book that is overdue by more than 60 days, the book will be considered lost and you will be charged the cost to replace it. When you have an overdue item or fine, you may not check out additional books until the item is returned or the fine is satisfied.
     4) The comfortable sitting areas are for your use, but please leave areas neat and orderly when you leave them.
     5) No drinks or food are allowed at the computers or in the computer lab.
     6) Headsets are for use only in the media center. 
         Earbuds are available for purchase ($3.00) to be used in areas outside of the media center.  See Media/Tech Staff.
     7) Students must sign in on the laptops at the circulation desk when they enter the media center without their teacher.
     8) Please do not "cut through" the media center when changing halls unless there are no students currently using the space. 
     9) Enjoy this space, but be respectful of others at all times. 
    10) Students may come to the media center at any time (with a teacher pass) to read, work on a project, do group work, create, reflect, and be productive! 
    ID's can be requested by students and cost $5.00.  ID's can only be purchased during morning homeroom time.
    Printing required papers to the black and white media printer are free of charge.  Copies of articles, re-prints, and non-required items will cost $ .10 per page.
    ***COLOR PRINTING -Due to color toner prices, ANY printing to the color printer costs $ .25 per page.
    When printing from the internet, PLEASE ask for assistance BEFORE printing. 
Mrs. Kim Burr

Phone: 704-788-4140


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in Cross-categorical Special Education; Appalachian State University Masters in Library Science; East Carolina University

Mrs. Kim Burr

I have been a Noble Knight teacher for 19 years now, so this is truly a home to me!  I have worked at J.N. Fries as a teacher of Exceptional Children, a sixth grade Inclusion Teacher, and am starting my 9th year as Media Coordinator.  I love our students and staff and look forward to sharing my passion for reading and technology! 
Mrs. Kim Harris

Phone: 704-788-4140


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in Secondary Mathematics NC Instructional Technology Endorsement

Mrs. Kim Harris


Hello Knights! I am excited to be a part of the media & technology team at JN Fries. Prior to becoming an instructional technology facilitator I was a middle school math teacher and a corporate trainer. I enjoy teaching and learning with technology!

Last Modified on June 29, 2018