What Has Mrs. Murray Been Reading Lately?
Don't Be Buried Under Textbook Obligations!
See what textbooks and library books you have checked out by going to vPortal and clicking on the DESTINY app. Click on the "My Info" tab to see what is on your record.
Free Audiobooks April 30th-August 1st!
SYNC is a free summer audiobook program that gives away two complete audiobook downloads a week to anyone who wants to download them- pairs of high interest titles, based on weekly themes. To access the books, download OverDrive onto the device you want to listen to the audiobooks on and create an account. Visit www.audiobooksync.com from your device and click on the title(s) you wish to download that week. It will ask you to enter your name and an email address to download. When you click download, the file will open. Make sure you tell it to open in or copy to OverDrive. The file will download into your OverDrive account and you will be ready to listen!Titles, once downloaded, are yours to keep. You have one week to download the two titles available that week- titles change every Thursday at 7am ET when the program is running.
Check Out the Florida Teens Read List!
Florida Teens Read 2019 Winner!
15 books are nominated each year, but only 1 is voted to be Florida teens' favorite book by students throughout Florida! The 2019 winner is The Hate U Give!
Will you help choose the winner for 2020? For each book you read listed above, visit the media center to receive a button! Interested in joining the FTR Book Club? See Mrs. Murray in the media center.
Click HERE to Check Out eBooks at YOUR Library!
SCHS Media Center Mission Statement
Our mission is to ensure that all students and staff are effective users of ideas and information by providing resources that help all students achieve information literacy and contribute to lifelong learning. We will provide a collection of diverse learning resources that represent a wide range of subjects and levels of difficulty, allow intellectual and physical access to materials in all formats and in all areas of the curriculum and provide instruction that fosters competence in using media centers and stimulates interest in reading, viewing, and using information.