The library media program strives to cultivate in our students the "desire to know". We work to help students engage in information seeking behavior, developing skills to discover, to understand, and to use the vast body of information available to them. We hope that our students will embrace the power and responsibility that accompanies knowledge. We also promote the joy of reading and guide our students to become life-long learners.
Print materials. Our library offers access to about 10000 fiction and non-fiction titles, as well as nine popular and academic periodicals which may be viewed in the media center.
Follett Digital Resources. E-books and Digital Audiobooks are available for checkout through the Destiny Library Catalog and can be read on any computer or other device with Internet access.
Reference services. In addition to our traditional print reference materials (i.e. encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlases, and almanacs), we also offer access to digital and online reference materials through our Britannica Online subscription and through Finditva.org. These are available anywhere you have Internet access.
Technology services. Resources that are available for student checkout in the media center or under teacher supervision include digital cameras, camcorders, iPads, iPods, microphones, and headphones. We also offer earbuds for sale for $1.00.
Destiny Library Online Catalog. Students can access Destiny, our online public access catalog, wherever and whenever they have Internet access.
Makerspace. Our makerspace includes Legos, Cubelets, LittleBits, Squishy Circuits, K'Nex, Keva Planks, Stikbots and stop-motion animation app, as well as other creative activities.