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    Welcome to the

    Fulton Library!





The Library/Media Center at Fulton holds over 8,000 books including graphic novels and trending authors with diverse subjects and protagonists. Books are added regularly through the year by generous donations from our PTA and school district support.  

Library Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
9:00am  -  1:00pm
Thursday 8:30am-12:30pm


Library Policies:

  • Students may check out three books at at time.  Most books are due two weeks after checkout.
  • There are no late fees on any books, but students are responsible for replacing and/or paying for books that are lost or damaged in their care. Please be careful and responsible.
  • Any outstanding books by the end of the school year can result in reports cards and/or yearbooks to be held by school administration.

Fulton Library Collection:

Go to:

Select your school: Fulton Middle School

To Log In: Enter your username which is your school email address (ex.

Your password: Enter your six digit student ID number followed by two zeroes (example: 52593600)

You can now browse the catalog, check your account, or check out E-Books.


Still don't see what you need?

We work with the other elementary and middle school libraries in our district on inter-library loans. If we don’t have it, we will try to find it. In case we can’t, Huntington Beach Public Library has a great teen space, after school homework support, and opportunities for teen volunteers. You can visit during their regular hours or check their website for current news.

Using library computers:

Need to do some work during recess or lunch? We have Chromebooks and printers available for you to complete your homework in the library. Stop by the librarian’s desk and she will check a computer out to you. All you’ll need is your student ID and password.

Need Help Staying Focused While Reading?

Things to consider:

  • Do you have the wrong book? If you’ve lost interest in a book you’re reading for fun, don’t make yourself finish it. Find something that interests you, a different subject or author, and try again.
  • Don’t limit yourself to books. Read newspapers, magazines, and comics. Any reading is good reading!
  • Visit the library. We have a variety of subjects, authors, and non-fiction. If we don’t have it, we can try to get it. The best part - it is all FREE.
  • Make the time. Trying to fit reading in between schedules can be distracting. Pick a time during the day when you have less on your schedule, even before bed, so your brain can have time to relax and focus on the words you are reading.
For Parents: 

Scholastic recommends 17 simple ways to keep your middle-schooler engaged in reading.

If you have any questions or concerns, please stop by or email me at
I’d love to talk to you!
Karlyna Macey
Library/Media Technician