• Mission:

    The mission of the library media and technology program is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information. The program is designed to support, complement, and enhance the educational philosophy, goals, and objectives of the school  We make available, through the schools collections, a wide range of print, non-print, and technology resources on varying levels of difficulty with a diversity of appeal compatible with the different needs, interests, and viewpoints of students and teachers.

Phone: 919-773-9500, Ext. 21302


Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Karen Waller, Media Specialist

Hi!  I'm Ms. Waller.  I am the Library Media Teacher at Timber Drive.  This is my 20th year at Timber Drive and I teach library media and technology skills in collaboration with the classroom teachers.  

Timber Drive Elementary believes in providing open circulation, which means students come to the library to check out books as needed. Students may come in small groups as often as their teacher allows between 8:45-3:40. Classes are planned collaboratively with the grade levels to integrate media and technology skills into the curriculum.

Parents, please help your child memorize their student id# (lunch #) in order to log on to the computers and access software at school.    If you want to donate a book to the library in honor of your child or teacher, Timber Drive Library has an Amazon wishlist with books that we need.

Happy Reading!

  • 5th Graders in Media Cener

    Check out:

    Kindergarten: 2 book during 1st quarter, 5 books rest of the year

    1st - 5th Grade: 5 books plus one magazine

    Books can be checked out for two weeks at a time and can be renewed as needed.

    If you want to see what you have checked out on your WakeID, Click Destiny Follette

    Click My Stuff, Click Check Outs.


  • Follow Ms. Waller on Twitter for Media Center Updates!

    Follow the Timber library's twitter account to find out the latest library media news, learn about new books, and reading suggestions!  Follow Ms. Waller on Twitter @timberlibrary

    You can also keep up with Ms. Waller by viewing her Twitter feed below.