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Media Specialist: Terri Perper 
Media Assistant: Roz Hall

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Hours: 9:05 - 4:30


Students at Olney Elementary School will succeed in our collaborative learning environment in our media center that supports the school's curriculum and incorporates information literacy skills into daily, cutting-edge research-based instruction and innovative programming. Students will appreciate and interpret literature in its various formats as they develop into lifelong readers.


Students at Olney Elementary School will benefit from the intellectually and culturally open environment in our media center and grow into enthusiastic and confident lifelong learners and researchers who are empowered to be successful global visionaries and critical thinkers.


We want students to want book! Students may bring back their library books any day and check out more. There is no charge for overdue books. If a book is lost or damaged, we encourage you to help other students by paying for that replacement so we can maintain a robust collection for all!

 Grade Level  Circulation Limit  Loan Period
K-1-2 2 books or more if needed! 2 weeks
3-5 3 books or more if needed! 2 weeks

Magazines may be checked out for one week.
Audiobooks are available for checkout for 2nd-5th graders with signed permission form.

Paying for Lost/Damaged Books! Click this link to pay online. You may also pay with a check made out to "Olney Elementary School" or send in exact change.




Capstone (username & password required)

MackinVia (username & password required)

Rourke (username & password required)

Common Sense Media

Our Vision Statement for Digital Citizenship:

Students at Olney Elementary School will work to be responsible digital citizens by using information for knowledge and for pleasure ethically, safely and respectfully. 

During 2018-2019, 1st through 5th graders have participated in learning to be responsible digital citizens through lesson plans designed by Common Sense Media. This collaboration between Common Sense Media and MCPS provides students with tools to navigate the internet safely.



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Summer Reading Options!

  •  Check here for summer reading programs!
  •  Remember to get started on the Black-Eyed Susan books! Click on the flower at the top of this page!


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