Overlooking New Haven Harbor, the library and conference room are located on the second floor of the Foote Building.
Our library media center has been a valuable resource to both students and teachers since its doors opened in September 2003. The fully automated library media center is located on the second floor of the Aquaculture Center (Foote Building). In addition to the main library area, the library media center houses the library classroom, multimedia equipment, and the office of our library media specialist. You can find non-fiction, fiction, biography, reference, and periodical materials in the main area of the library.
Our entire catalog of books is organized according to the Library of Congress System of Classification. Our array of books has a vast number of materials that refer to the aquaculture and agriculture curriculum. Our collection has also been honored with a special reserve collection donated by local Marine Biologist, Sally Richards as well as a collection of books donated by Charles H. Tomlinson III, former Harbormaster of Milford, CT Waters (2001-2006).
Besides our collection of books, students also have access to eleven (11) computers with Internet access in the main library area. Students can independently use the Internet on these computers with a signed Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) form. In addition, the library classroom is another resource available for instructional purposes as well as special events. The library media center and its resources can be used Monday-Friday from 7:30 A.M. to 2:30 P.M.
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