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Media

Our Media Center is located right off the main lobby! We have an enriched children's library and reference section along with a ten (10) station computer lab used for Accelerated Reader (AR) testing and research.
 
Students visit the Media Center with their class every other week with opportunities to come more often with teacher permission. When students visit, they are instructed about various library skills to include the number of books they are allowed to checkout at a time:

Grades 4 & 5: three (3) books
Grades 2 & 3: two (2) books
Grade 1: one (1) book

All books are due back two (2) weeks after checkout but can be renewed by request for an extra two (2) weeks.
 
We invite all parents and other adult family members to meet their children in the Media Center after school. When school is in session, we are open on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday until 3:30 p.m. for families to browse for books, read, take Accelerated Reader (AR) tests, and to check out books. Adults must get a Visitor's Pass in the front office. Parents are allowed to check out books and to request increased book checkout limits for their students. Contact Media Specialist Debbie Campbell for more information.
 
Please remember that using the Media Center Resources is a privilege that students must earn by demonstrating responsibility in the care of library books, computers, and other items. Any books that are lost or damaged are the responsibility of the students. Therefore, payment is required to replace lost or damaged books. Please talk with your child about how he or she can be responsible users of information, whether from a book or another source of information.

Accelerated Reader

Our Accelerated Reader (AR) Program has access to every quiz that AR has.  If you would like to check to see if a quiz exists for a particular book, log on to AR Book Find.  There you are able to search AR's data base by title, author, reading level, or topic. 

If you would like to learn more about Accelerated Reader, you can review their Parent Guide

We have a Book Fair scheduled twice each year.  Parents and guardians, please join us on Family Nights.
      
The Book Fair is a great opportunities to purchase books for your child's at home library while helping to raise money for our school's media center.  Using the Media Center Resources is a privilege that students must earn by demonstrating responsibility in the care of library books, computers, and other items. 

Please talk with your child about how he or she can be responsible users of information, whether from a book or another source of information.

 
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Destiny

Did you know you can access the Media Center’s Catalog from home! 

Students can access the Catalog (books currently available in our Media Center) from home via the Internet by going to the Destiny website.  

Once you visit the website, look in the left-hand column titled Elementary Schools and click on “Mascotte Elementary School."   

To search the catalog, click on the Catalog tab located at the top of the Destiny website

If you have older children or neighbors who attend other Lake County Schools, they can also search their Media Centers’ Collections simply by clicking on their schools instead of Mascotte Elementary.

Resources

Destiny has a list of safe websites to use as Resources, to do Research and more.  Please visit the Destiny website and look in the left-hand column titled Elementary Schools and click on “Mascotte Elementary School."   Once you click on Mascotte, you will view a list of websites recommended for Resources, Research and Fun Websites to visit.

The Florida Electronic Library (library ID:  student) is a gateway to select Internet Resources that have been proven reliable and worthy of use by Florida's Education Specialists.   Use this site for current events, business, health issues, homework help, finding full-text articles, Florida History and MUCH more!    Elementary through College level resources available. 

With a Lake County Library Card, more than twenty-four (24) reference sources are available.  They include biographies, genealogical databases and many others.  It is a gateway to the world of information.   If you don't have a library card, please visit the Lake County Library  website for more details.

 

Contact Us

MEDIA SPECIALIST Deborah Campbell

352-429-2294 x 5840