Virtual Media Center 

Media Center Staff

Ms. Liz Nichols, Media Specialist, email:

Mrs. Alma Paul, Media Assistant, email:

Issues with your iPad or Other Technology Issues?

For iPad help, please click on this  Google Form or go to to complete the iPad Help Request.

For any other technology issues, please email: Community Tech Support by clicking the link or email to:


Direct link to Online Resources list and passwords:

 Argyle Online Resources and Passwords 

You will need to be logged in to your (Google) account to access the above linked document.

Destiny Library Catalog, including ebooks and audiobooks.

 Go to the Destiny Catalog to look for print and electronic materials in our collection.  Click on "Destiny Discover" in the left column for a more user-friendly interface.  Students must login with their ID number and password to see their current checkouts, due dates, fines, and holds.  Logging in also provides access to more "Learning Links" in Destiny Discover.

 The link to our  ONLINE RESOURCES  is also at the bottom of the Destiny Home page.  Users must have an MCPS Google account to access the online resources and passwords.  All students have an MCPS Google account. 

   Destiny Electronic Catalog    Click this link to access the "classic" Destiny site.  Click the icon below to access a more user-friendly interface, Destiny Discover, which includes collections and sections with Learning Links, ebooks, and books organized by topic in an easy-to-navigate format.  MCPS users should log in to see all of the Learning Links and information which does not appear unless you are logged in.


 Argyle Media Center Picture

Book and Media Center Suggestions, Questions, Comments?

If you have suggestions of new books to add to the media center collection, or any other ideas, suggestions, or questions for the media center, you may fill out this Google form:

 Argyle Questions/Suggestions.  

Media Center Mission:

The mission of the library media program is to ensure that students and staff are effective users and creators of ideas and information.  The media center provides resources for students and staff to find information for curricular research as well as for pleasure reading. The media center program fosters a lifelong love of reading and learning in the entire school community, and encourages students and staff to be critical thinkers and responsible users of information and technology.

Digital Citizenship Information

Parents and students can find more information about being a good digital citizen, staying safe online, and recommendations for age-appropriate books, movies, and digital resources at Common Sense Media's website: Common Sense Media

MCPS uses Common Sense Media's Digital Citizenship lessons to teach students about digital citizenship.

Montgomery County Public Libraries Website for Teens