• Birthday Book Dedication

    Honor your child's birthday by donating a book to the media center.

    Pay $10 on My Payments Plus under the EVENTS section. 

    We have a selection of books already picked out that the media center needs. The birthday boy/girl will choose from our Birthday Book box. 

    The birthday student will be featured on the morning Eagle Show highlighting the book he/she is donating, his/her name will be posted on the daily scrolling announcements, and a birthday sticker with his/her name will be placed in the front of the book.

  • Book Fair

    The media center hosts two book fairs a year to raise funds for the media center. These funds pay for special guests, special equipment, books, and miscellaneous management supplies and furnishings. 

    Literati Book Fair - October 28 to November 1

    We are moving to a no cash fair starting in the fall.

    Literati Monthly Book Club

  • eBooks and Databases

    Use your portal to access eBooks and Databases.

    Try these sites to find eBooks in other languages.

  • Policies

    Students may visit the library as individuals, small groups, or whole classes, once a week or every other week.

    It is parent and teacher discretion whether the books travel to and from school. By attending a GCPS school, you are responsible for any books checked out. 

    Kindergarten and First Grade check out one book.

    Second, third, fourth, and fifth grades are allowed two books at a time.

    Lost or Damaged Books - $5 paper back, $15 all other books per county standard.

    Payments are made through My Payments Plus or cash.

    If a student has multiple fines, he/she may be asked to keep the book at school.

  • Public Library

    Visit your Gwinnett County Public Library!

    The library offers so much more than just books:

    • visit musuems and zoos for FREE
    • learn new hobbies such as sewing or 3D printing
    • FREE tutoring

  • Read for Prizes with Beansack

    Sign up for Beanstack website and/or app. Logging your reading time will earn you prizes for both Rock Springs and the public library.

  • Readers Rally Competition

    Fifth grade students compete against other elementary schools by answering comprehension-from ten country-chosen books.

    The team will compete in February but prepare all year.

  • Staff and Mission Statement

    Tracy Randolph

    Charissa Bright

    Pat McPherson

    The mission of Rock Springs Elementary Media Center is to provide a safe, nurturing environment of academic excellence. It exists for the use of students to provide personal intellectual growth and for teachers by providing curriculum support in the classroom. The Media Center will strive to prepare students to become lifelong readers and 21st Century, learners.