The purpose of the media program is to ensure that all students are effective users of ideas and information. Students are taught to become independent in learning effective use of print and online resources. The media program collaborates with grade level teams to complete inquiry projects that take students from start to finish on research projects that are integrated with content areas. In addition, the media program promotes lifelong reading habits. Students come to the Media Center weekly for a book exchange but may, with teacher permission, return to the library at any time to check out a new book.
Media Specialist: Melissa Homayouni
Media Assistant: Louise Rampersaud
Would you like to take part in your child's school experience? The Media Center welcomes volunteers in the afternoon to help with the circulation desk and shelving books. This could also be an opportunity for older students to earn SSL hours. Please contact Mrs. Homayouni @ Melissa_K_Homayouni@mcpsmd.org to schedule your volunteer spot.
Google Accounts & Chromebooks
All MCPS students have Google Apps For Education account. All students in grades 3 & 5 have a Chromebook to use in the classroom. To find out more information click here.
MCPS has partnered with Common Sense Media to provide Digital Citizenship lessons to students in grades 3-5. To learn more you can view the lessons here.
Media Links and Resources
- Destiny: Destiny is our MCPS library catalog and circulation system. Students may login from home to search for a book in the Sherwood Library and see what books they currently have checked out.
- Online Resources(MCPS county online links, passwords available from the Sherwood ES Media Center)
Links for Staff