Links to The Destiny Book Catalog, Online Databases, Electronic Books, and Audio Books
This link for accessing the Elmer Wolfe Elementary Media Center Destiny Catalog at home is now available!
Databases, Electronic Books, and Audio Books: usernames and passwords were sent home in a brochure
Questions? email June Praet, Media Specialist, at email@example.com
Database Name & link
Biography for Beginners
Gale in Context (formerly Kids InfoBits)
World Book Online
Electronic Books (eBooks) and AudioBooks
Capstone - eBooks
New for 2020 – 2021 - SORA
Students can use the Clever portal for access or install the SORA application
Mackinvia – eBooks and Audio Books
www.mackinvia.com (on the homepage you will be asked for the school name: Elmer Wolfe Elementary School)
What is your Child Learning in the Media Center?
Prekindergartenstudents come to the Elmer Wolfe Media Center beginning in the second week of school. They will meet twice a week for 30 minutes every Thursday and Friday to share good books. The students will be able to get one book on Fridays.
In Class Media Activities
Other Important Websites
Carroll County Public Library
CCPS Mathematics Website www.carrollk12.org
Click on "Instructional Services"
Click on "Curriculum And Instruction"
Click the math button (has a calculator next to it) under "Elementary Education"
Free Website for Teaching Reading
www.starfall.com for phonic games and interactive books
School Supply Lists
The following items should not be brought to school because they are disruptive to the learning process—toys, trading cards, CD players, iPods, skate shoes (wheelies), electronic games, dolls, athletic equipment, etc. These items are easily misplaced, traded or “borrowed” and we cannot be responsible for lost or stolen toys. There may be special occasions when teachers allow students to bring these things into school but you should receive written notification of that. The first time that an item is confiscated by a staff member, it will be returned to the student at the end of the day. If the same (or similar) item is brought to school again, the teacher will hold it until an adult can retrieve it.