Library / Media Center

Baldwyn Elementary School

Welcome to the Library/Media Center

A virtual learning site for Baldwyn Middle & High Schools

Baldwyn High and Middle School Library is led by librarian Connie Gardner. Our library offers a wide variety of reading selections from fiction, non-fiction, professional, and research. Our online website also features the OPAC digital card catalog system in which you can access lists of all library books. BHS and BMS also utilize the Accelerated Reader program for all students to take part in. Currently, we offer over 70 E-books in which anyone can access via this website to read online. We hope to continue to add to our hard copy and digital books each year. Please let us know if you have a specific title or genre of interest you would like to see added to the library.

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Monday, February 6 BHS/BMS Library OPEN HOUSE Event

Newly purchased library items on site (awarded by $3000 Dollar General Literacy Grant)

BMS Poetry Café - students read aloud self-written poems

BHS art work display

BHS student research presentations

BHS student living history museum

Refreshments available

Baldwyn Schools Library Open House event to feature grant awards

Baldwyn High and Middle School Library will host an open house event on Monday, February 6 from 5:30 – 7 p.m. The parents and students along with the community are invited to attend.

The event will feature BMS students’ poetry café readings, BHS students’ research project presentations, Accelerated Reader and Baldwyn Schools’ website information, BMS and BHS student art work, grant purchases, refreshments, and more.

The grant purchases stem from a $3000 Dollar General Literacy Grant awarded last semester to the BHS/BMS library. Purchases that have been made with grant funds include nine Chromebooks at $1500 value and 62 E-books and printed books at $1500 value. District funds were also used to purchase three additional Chromebooks and a charging cart. This totals to 12 Chromebooks for student and faculty use for BMS and BHS.

“The Dollar General grant has helped us make a big step in upgrading and advancing our library for our students and the community,” librarian Connie Gardner said.

“The E-books are also not just limited to our students and staff, anyone in the public can access these E-books on the school website.”

Access to the E-books via Baldwyn Schools’ website is

For more information about the event or E-books, contact Gardner at 662-365-1022.


To access Accelerated Reader please use this link


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Accelerated Reader

Students who reach their AR goal on personal reading level with 85% correct will be invited to the following events.

- 1st nine weeks - snow cone party

- 2nd nine weeks - popcorn party

- 3rd nine weeks - cotton candy party

- 4th nine weeks - surprise event



  512 N. Fourth Street
  Baldwyn, MS 38824

  (662) 365-1020