Below are links to and descriptions of learning tools you may use for research and other projects.
**To find our school's usernames and passwords for these resources, make sure you are logged into your district Google account, then click here.
|Destiny is our library catalog. It can help you find books you would like to read. We also have ebooks and e-audiobooks that you can read or listen to through the Destiny Discover app. You can search for a book by keyword, title, or author, or you can check out collections of books.|
|Biblionasium helps you discover and share books! You can keep a record of what you have read and what you would like to read. It also helps you connect to your teachers, classmates, and parents to share what you're reading and what you thought about it! Click "Login with Destiny."|
|Our school's collection of MackinVIA ebooks|
|Online encyclopedia: Covers a broad range of topics at different reading levels and has tools like Listen and Translate to help you understand|
|A huge collection of magazines, newspapers, and other reference materials|
|Information on LOTS of subjects, including arts, health, sports, technology, and school subjects. Also includes animal facts, country facts, current events, nonfiction book collection, pro/con for leading issues, and science project ideas!|
|Cultural and geographic information on states and countries|
|Reference books, essays, journal articles, historical newspaper and magazine articles, maps, rare books, government documents, transcripts of historical speeches, images, and video clips related to global history from ancient times to present day|
|Information and media related to books, poems, and authors|
|A large, free collection of music and sounds for student projects like podcasts and videos|
|The public library is an extremely valuable and FREE resource for our community. Visit the library to get a free library card and check out books, audiobooks, videos, and other materials in print or digitally. The library also has many online databases for children, youth, and adults, and they offer free homework help!|
| Math Sites
Click on the links to the right to go to math sites for students to use in the classroom and at home.