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Welcome to Towers High School Media Center

 The THS Library serves as the technology and information center for the school.  We offer instruction and curricular support to ensure our students are effective users of information and become life long learners.  We provide access to print and e-resources to support the curriculum and our students and faculty.  We collaborate with teachers on instructional initiatives, teach information literacy skills in the context of the curriculum, and promote reading for information and pleasure.

Our library contains over 14,000 books, multiple magazine subscriptions,
and research databases.  The THS media center has LCD Projectors, IPAD carts
and, Document Cameras available for check out to teachers.
Library Hours
Monday-Friday,  7:45am-3:45pm 
(Students must have a morning library pass to visit the library before school.
During the day or at lunch, students must have a pass from their classroom teacher.)

Lost & Damaged Media Center Book Policies
DeKalb County Board of Education Policy IFA-R(1)
Media Center Materials
Students who lose, destroy, or otherwise damage media center materials shall be required to reimburse the DeKalb County Board of Education for the replacement value of the item.

The price charged for a lost book or other material shall be determined by the replacement value of the material. A processing charge of $1.00 shall also be assessed.

If the material was in very poor condition and so noted on the material’s record when checked out, the media specialist may use personal judgment in prorating the price to be charged.

Georgia law number 20-2-1013
Free textbook system; care and protection of textbooks, library books, and media materials; reimbursement by pupils or parents

(a)The State Board of Education is authorized and directed to inaugurate and administer a system of free textbooks for the public schools of this state. The state board shall have authority to promulgate and enforce such rules and regulations as may be necessary for that purpose.

(b)All textbooks, library books, and media materials purchased by local units of administration with state Quality Basic Education Program funds or any other means of acquisition shall remain the property of the local unit purchasing or acquiring them. Each local unit of administration shall establish such policies as it deems necessary for the care and protection of its textbooks, library books, and media materials as a condition to receiving all or part of the state contributed Quality Basic Education Program funds allotted to the local unit. Such policies may include any of the following sanctions against a pupil who fails or refuses to pay for a lost or damaged textbook, library book, or media material at the replacement cost:

(1)Refusal to issue any additional textbooks, library books, or media materials until restitution is made; or

(2)Withholding of all grade cards, diplomas, or certificates of progress until restitution is made. ~~~No local unit of administration shall require any pupil or parent to purchase any textbook, library book, or media material except in cases where the pupil damages, loses, or defaces such item either through willful intent or neglect.

Library Staff
Kay Hudson-Loudner
678 874-2234
Library Media Assistant
David Rhone
678 874-2234


Online Resources



Destiny Library Catalog

user name s+student number

password mydestiny 



 Password:   justice


Worldbook Online

Password: dekalb 


Launch Pad



School Code: YKZA7576

Welcome to SORA Overdrive

Getting Started with SORA

The Sora app can be found under ELA district apps in Launchpad. The Sora app can also be downloaded to your personal device through your device’s app store. Use your DCSD user name and password to log into Sora from your personal devices. If you need additional assistance, please see Ms. Hudson-Loudner or Mr. Rhone in the Media Center.  

(DCPL) is offering temporary Digital Library Cards

DeKalb County Public Library (DCPL) is offering temporary Digital Library Cards to access their digital resources through May 31, 2020.  This will allow DeKalb County residents and DCSD school personnel to gain access to valuable resources provided by DCPL through May 31, 2020. 


If you currently possess a DCPL Library Card, there is no need to apply for a temporary digital library card. 


Here are some resources that you can access with your temporary digital library card:


  • Overdrive eBooks and audio books (Recommend – download Libby app)
  • BookFlix and eRead Kids
  • HelpNow from Brainfuse (Online tutoring & homework help)
  • Mango Languages (learn a new language)
  • Gale in Context
  • Educational videos through
  • And free newspapers and journals


Parents and guardians are encouraged to select and monitor age-appropriate digital resources for their children.


Here’s how to get started.


DeKalb County Residents:

  1. Complete the DCPL online application
  2. Record your temporary barcode and PIN
  3. Email your name and temporary barcode to


DCSD School Personnel who are non-residents of DeKalb County:

  1. Complete the DCPL online application
  2. Enter your DCSD email address, when required
  3. Record your temporary barcode and PIN
  4. Email your name, temporary barcode, and DCSD school’s name & address to


Click the link below to begin DCPL online application for a temporary digital library card.


For details and conditions for Library Cards, go to and locate Using the Library.



On or before May 31, 2020, you will need to complete your registration and renew your account by visiting a library branch with a photo ID and proof of DeKalb County residence or proof of DeKalb County School District employment.


In the event that DCPL branch closures extend beyond May 31, 2020, information will be provided on their website at 

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