Calling all young poets!

Entries are now open in the Poetry New Zealand Yearbook student
poetry competition.Ā Entries close May 31 2018.

Poetry NZ Yearbook competition A4 flyer


Awesome books

When you return a book you really enjoyed, drop it in the “Awesome Book” box sitting on the top of the return box at the entrance of the library.

The book will receive a Hovermark highlighting it on the shelves for other students to enjoy. If someone really liked it, chances are you will to šŸ˜‰

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Visit the library if you…

Missed something in theĀ newsletter?

The library holds a copy of theĀ newslettersĀ (in a yellow folder on the issue desk).

Want to check out theĀ news?

Otago Daily TimesĀ are available for a quick read on the table behind the photocopier.

Lost?Friendly librarian

There is an updated collegeĀ mapĀ on the library window
as well as the Study/ correspondence rooms.

Or ask your friendly librarian

MAC Library Collections

The Library offers:

  • 6000 fiction books for children and young adults
  • 5300 knowledge books, from personal development to biographies and to cover all curriculum areas
  • 1140 picture books, graphic novels and breezy reads (easy chapter books)
  • 141 audiobooks and documentaries

All these items above can be borrowed by the students for free.

The library also offers for use in the library (Not for Loan):
  • 50 magazine collections
  • 400 reference books, dictionaries, encyclopedias, atlases, Guinness books of records, etc.

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Welcome to 2018

The library is open Monday to Friday from 8.30 to 4.00.

You are welcome during intervals and lunch but please eat before you come as no food is allowed is the library.

You can borrow up to 4 books for 3 weeks.

Always record your loan at the Issue desk.

Please ask any question to your friendly librarianĀ ā˜ŗ

Value the peace in the library!

Book mustering time!

All books must be returned by the 22nd November,

All leavers and all Year 11 to 13 students must come to the library with their leavers orĀ  clearance form.

What happen when you receive an email listing books?

Book return process

Any problem? EmailĀ or talk to the librarian

Storylines Story Tour visits MAC

A big thank you to Storylines,Ā Children’s Literature Charitable Trust, who granted us a visit on Tuesday bringing 4 New Zealand authors and illustrators to our students, Des Hunt, barbara Else, Fifi Colston and illustrator Scott Tulloch.

All Year 7 and 8 students were invited to come and listen to these inspiring professionals. “How to unleash creativity” and “Work hard to follow your dreams” were the common central message of all these presentations.

A memorable event for students and teachers alike!Ā