Holds to Go at Clarksburg
Students can continue to check out books from our school library! If students are virtual, adults can pick up and drop off books contact free at the school. If students are in person, books will be delivered to their classroom and students can return books to the cart outside the media center.
- Students can put up to 5 books on hold using Destiny Discover. Students log in to Destiny Discover with their unique user ID (numbers only) and password. Please watch this brief video to learn more about how to put books on hold. If students are in person, their books will be bagged and delivered to their classrooms within 1-2 school days. We thank Wegmans and Harris Teeter for their generous donations of these bags for our Holds To Go program!
These steps apply to families whose child/children are remaining virtual.
- Destiny Discover will flash a message that books are ready for pick up. Please disregard this message. Students/families need to wait for an email message from Mrs. Lefebvre or Mrs. Taylor that their books are ready for pick up. This message will be sent to the student’s Canvas/myMCPS classroom Inbox.
- After notification, families can pick up their books from the cart that will be at the main entrance between 8:00 AM and 4 PM every school day. If it is raining, please press the call button and let the front office staff know you need to come into the lobby to pick up library books for your child/children. Books will be in a plastic bag labeled with the student’s name.
- Please bring back any books you are ready to return and leave them in the return box at the main entrance. Not sure what you have checked out? Please watch this brief video to learn how to check your account! We will quarantine all returned books for approximately one week to ensure it is safe for them to circulate again.
We look forward to getting more of our library books off the shelves and into the hands of our students! Please contact Mrs. Lefebvre Judith_S_Lefebvre@mcpsmd.org or Mrs. Taylor Daria_C_Taylor@mcpsmd.org if you have any questions.