Yellow jacket with a book Greer High School Library Media Center Yellow jacket with a book

Librarian: Mrs. Kiser - Library Clerk: Mrs. Grayson

Hours 8:15 am - 4 pm 

Calendar Link for Teachers

READING/E-READING SOURCES - 2 catalogs to search for materials:  


    Destiny Discover - Access print books and ebooks in our school media center's catalog. In the upper right-hand corner, click log in and click sign on with              google, then click your email link. Login to place holds, check account information, and read/check out ebooks.


OverdriveSora (by Overdrive) only digital - Access ebooks, audiobooks, graphic novels, AND NEWLY ADDED MAGAZINES for free using your Chromebook, phone, etc. - Login to Sora and click the Greenville County Schools Library and when Classlink opens, enter your GCSD username and password. Be sure to see the new, always available ebook and audiobook titles for the Summer of 2023 called Sora Sweet Reads. Sora & DD Summer Tutorial




Teachers can send up to three students at one time. Please call ahead and check availability if you need to send more. 

Students should sign in with SmartPass to come to the media center and wear a lanyard. If SmartPass cannot be used, send the student with a written pass. If students are signed in with SmartPass, they do not need to use their student ID to sign into our Chrome book. 

If SmartPass cannot be used, send the student with a written pass. If they are not using SmartPass, they will need to sign in using our Chromebook upon entering and leaving the media center.  If you need, the media staff can check the computer-generated time the student was actually signed into the media center.   



Students can check their Destiny account for the due dates of their books. Overdue and reminder emails are sent to students via their school email accounts. Students may check out up to 4 books for 4 weeks (except graphic novels check out for 2 weeks). Students may check out only one book at a time if they have overdue books, lost books, or library fines. Students may check out a set book regardless of any library obligations. Students need to pay the replacement cost for lost or damaged books.


DISCUS - Digital Information for South Carolina Users

DISCUSDISCUS Discus provides free access to an electronic library that’s available 24/7. Discus is a collection of subscription databases with an array of resources ranging from ebooks and e-magazines to maps and videos. Email Mrs. Kiser if any databases require a password.  


Learning Express Library

Learning Express Library is a database (in Discus) with a vast collection of test-prep tools, skill-building materials, and career skill resources for students of all ages. It also includes a Center with Resources for Spanish speakers. The College Preparation Center has tutorials, practice tests, & eBooks for various college prep tests. 



noodleNoodle Tools Sign in with Google SSO - 1st-time email Mrs. Kiser for the school code - A research platform to help with writing papers and generating citations - MLA, APA, and Chicago available. 




 South Carolina Occupation Information System Access through Backpack - Education Apps - then SCOIS.                                    


B & W printer: Greer High Media Center or Media01 -Free 20 black & white copies per month; unused copies roll over each month to a maximum of 35 copies.  Students may purchase 10 additional copies for 25 cents.

Color Printer: Media02 -Color copies can be purchased separately. Payment must be made before the job is released by media staff.
1-2 color copies = $0.25,  3-4 color copies = $0.50, 5-6 color copies = $0.75, Etc. 


Book Jacket Bee

SC YABA Books 

 Click the SC Young Adult Book Award (YABA) brochure and visit the YABA books display in the media center. All of the books should be available as an ebook or audiobook via the SORA app as well. Read at least 3 books on the list to vote for your favorite YABA book in late February. 



The mission of the Greer High School Library Media Center is to ensure that our students and staff are effective and ethical users and producers of resources, ideas, and information and are life-long readers who love to read for pleasure and information so that our students are college and career ready. 



Kiser Tolliver