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Dragons, remember to check your MyMCPS course called
Media Center: The Dragon Den for lessons and resources!
Mrs. Perper, Media Specialist, welcomes you!
Mrs. Hall, Media Assistant, welcomes you!
Reading Digital Hours: 24/7!
Click the Access Books and More button below to go to Destiny Discover. Then log in on the top right of that page using your chrome long number and password.
Then you can search for eBooks, follow links to databases, enjoy Collections and get all of the passwords you need!
Olney Public Library
Click here to get a Digital Public Library Card.
|Click here for a list of Public Library Resources.||Click here for Public Library Holds to Go.|
- You still have access to books! Click the Access Books and More button above to find ebooks.
- Students, you were allowed to check out as many books as you needed the day before distance learning began! There are no overdue books. Enjoy reading and re-reading those books, kids! When we are back in the building you can return them!
Students of Olney Elementary School will succeed in our media center's collaborative and digital learning environment that supports the school's curriculum and incorporates information literacy skills into daily, cutting-edge research-based instruction and innovative programming. Students will appreciate and interpret literature in its various formats as they develop into lifelong readers.
Students at Olney Elementary School will benefit from the intellectually and culturally open environment in our media center and grow into enthusiastic and confident lifelong learners and researchers who are empowered to be successful global visionaries and critical thinkers.
Common Sense Media
Our Vision Statement for Digital Citizenship:
Students at Olney Elementary School will work to be responsible digital citizens by using information for knowledge and for pleasure ethically, safely and respectfully.
Kindergarteners through fifth graders continue to participate in learning to be responsible digital citizens through lesson plans designed by Common Sense Media. This collaboration between Common Sense Media and MCPS provides students with tools to navigate the internet safely.