Library/Media Center

LibraryChurchland High School's William and Mary Library is open from 7 am to 3:00 pm daily for student use, small group work, and study space.  Students may request one on one research assistance, Google classroom refreshers, or just help locating the next title in a favorite series.

In addition to a book collection of over 12,000 volumes, our students have access to a wide variety of online materials, including ebooks, Infotrac, SIRS Researcher, Country Reports, and World Book online. All of these can be accessed by students at the library or at home using the login credentials provided to each student by library staff. A full listing of our subscription services can be found on the library's resources page.

The library also serves as the student password help center for Churchland High School. Additionally, once Chromebooks are distributed to the student body each school year, the library houses the IT help desk for students with computer related issues.

Mrs. Susan Catlett,

Lead Librarian
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Mrs. Catlett has a Master of Science in Library Science from the University of Tennessee, a Master of Arts in History from the University of Alabama, and a Bachelor of Arts in History from ODU. She has been a school librarian for the last nine years and previously was the Special Collections Coordinator at ODU. Integrating technology into library instruction as well as collaborative classroom research projects are particular interests of hers. She is married to her college sweetheart, has one teen son, three furry children and adores reading YA books late at night.



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Mrs. Ariel Ralph,
Librarian


Greetings CHS! 
My name is Mrs. Ralph and I am one of the librarians that will be joyfully assisting you here at Churchland High School. I am very excited to be a part of the CHS family and I am excited to be a resource to Trucker Nation. A few interesting facts about me: I am a newlywed, I am a Gates Millennium Scholar, and I am the third Old Dominion University alumni in my family.  

Ms. Betsy McGehee,
Library Clerk
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Ms. McGehee has worked at CHS since 1992, when we transitioned from the High Street location to our current site. She started working in special education /main office. She finally found her niche in the library, thanks to Mr. Hylton. Ms. McGehee has been a class sponsor twice and served as the graduation coordinator for the last 7 years. She has two children and three grandchildren, whom she loves very much. 

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