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Mission

The mission of the Prospect Mountain High School Library is to engage students in reading and literacy and to teach them to be independent and savvy users of information.


Resources

The library offers materials in various formats including books, newspapers, magazines, graphic novels, ebooks, reference materials, DVDs, video tapes, and audio books.







Programs

The PMHS Library education program consists of instruction for students and school community members in either a group or individual setting on the following:


* Use of the Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC)
* Evaluating Websites
* Online Services available at PMHS
* Plagiarism and Cheating Proper Citations – MLA Style
* Online Identity Digital Citizenship

  

Services


* Book Talks

* Assistance with locating materials

* Library Lessons (in classes and in library)

* Laminating

* Readers’ Advisory

* Professional Reading Materials

* Assistance with research projects


Read not to contradict and confute, nor to believe and take for granted, nor to find talk and discourse, but to weigh and consider.” - Sir Francis Bacon

Staff


Cathy Fraser
Library and Media Specialist
Phone: 875-3800 x 3087
cfraser@pmhschool.com


Cathy Fraser has been here since the school opened in 2004. She has an interest in the theater and is involved with a local theater group - strictly backstage and behind the scenes. She enjoys attending UNH men's basketball games with her husband, Wayne, Hallmark Movies, and hanging out with her dog, Iggy, a 15-pound pug. She holds certifications as a library media specialist, a reading and writing specialist, and a secondary English teacher. She is the author of a professional development book titled, Love the Questions: Reclaiming Research with Curiosity and Passion.











Liz O'Loughlin
 

Library Assistant

Phone 875-3800 x 3088


Prior to joining the Prospect Mountain team, I spent over 30 years working in the corporate world. My husband and I moved to Alton in 2006 from southern New Hampshire looking for a smaller town with more of a community feel. We’ve found that in Alton. In addition to Prospect Mountain, I enjoy spending time with my five children, six granddaughters and working at my home based embroidery business.