CMS Library Media Center
The CMS Library Media Center is located in Cassville, Missouri and serves over 400 students in grades 6-8.
Our mission is to provide every Cassville Middle School student with the opportunity to read and a collection that serves all students.
WELCOME TO THE CASSVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL LIBRARY
AR Bookfinder - Look up a book for the AR information.
Outside District access: morenetcassville / C@ssville-r4
Interactive activities guide students through project-based learning activities
Teen Health & Wellness
Provides middle and high school students with up-to-date, nonjudgmental, straightforward curricular and self-help support
Teaching Books/Book Connections
Resources that expand each reader's experiences with books. Statewide access through the Missouri Secretary of State
Lisa Deffenbaugh Jayme Reuter
Library Media Specialist Library Assistant
The Media center is open from 7:45 to 3:30. Longer hours upon request. Students may check out two books for two weeks and may be renewed one time. The media center offers a wide variety of materials for students including Kindle e-readers, e-books and online databases to help 21 century students become better learners.
The Cassville R-IV School District mission, in partnership with home and community, is to provide a quality educational environment where students develop skills to become lifelong learners, achieve personal excellence, and become responsible citizens. The library media centers in this district enhance this mission by providing materials, services and skills.
The Cassville Library Media Centers will be an integral part of the total educational program and will meet the needs of each student. This program will help students to become lifelong learners, acquirers of knowledge and responsible citizens through accomplishing the goals of the Cassville R-IV School District.
The purpose of the media center is to develop comprehensive information systems that meet the needs of faculty members and students of differing abilities, backgrounds, and interests. Media programs contribute at every level, offering essential processes, functions, and resources to accomplish the purpose of the school district.