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Center Basics

Students and staff are welcome to visit the media center at any time—our hours are 7:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.

Test out our new

Media Center Website

*Full implementation will start next year




Media Center Staff

Rebecca Glassing,
Media Specialist

Anna Kelly,
Media Assistant

Quick Links

  • Google – Access Google Apps.
  • Schoology – Access online course information.
  • Find My iPad – Use your Apple ID to locate your missing iPad.

Pay for Damage/lLost Books

Online Catalog

Search for books or check your account online. Use your 4-digit lunch number for both your username and password. To check your account, click on My Info after logging in.

Go to the Online Catalog


Check out our collection of online databases; these companies provide student access to reference resources, including newspapers, books, magazines and multimedia content.


Find instructions for accessing the district’s account with Follett eFiction and online website to access free audiobooks.

  • eBooks/Follett eFiction/eAudio

    Students can access free eBooks and eAudio books with the district’s Destiny system.

    Get Instructions


    Many websites offer free audio books that are in the public domain and are read by talented narrators. Download stories directly onto a computer, and put them on an iPod or other mobile device or burn them onto a CD. Below are some good places to find free audio books on the web.

    • ESL Bits (Classic and Popular Audio Books)
    • Free Classic Audio Books (think Mark Twain and Lewis Carroll)
    • Librivox should be your first stop for audio browsing.
    • Podiobooks is an interesting way to get audio books; they offer complete books in episodic form so you can get just a chapter at a time via RSS or by iTunes. In addition, you can simply click and listen to a story online.
    • OpenCulture Free Audio books has a long list of quality audio books, as well as poetry and podcasts.
    • AudioBooksForFree is a large site that offers hundreds of audio books. The only hitch is that their books and lectures come in small files; you can download a book all at once for a fee.
    • ThoughtAudio has a worthwhile selection of classics.
    • Learn Out Loud has one of the best collections of audio books, lectures and educational podcasts.
    • Lit2Go is a collection of stories and poems in audio book format, from the Florida Educational Technology Clearinghouse.
    • BooksShouldBeFree gives you a dozen plus categories to choose audio books from – from anthropology to war.
    • Project Gutenberg has a large selection of human-read audio books. Search by author, title, language and more.


Staff can check the availability of the media center’s computer labs below and then contact us to reserve space.