Media Center 

  Media Center

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Media Center 3

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Mrs. Cathy Stoll, Media Specialist

Mrs. Merita Pinckney, Media Assistant



The Rosemont Media Center provides access to ideas, information and learning opportunities that will enable each student to function effectively in an information-based society. Our media program facilitates access to information using both print and nonprint resources. Information Literacy skills are taught in the context of subject area content and with the following goals in mind:

  • guiding students in learning vital and responsible information processing skills
  • helping students develop a lifelong habit of reading
  • teaching students problem-solving techniques
  • developing lifelong learners


MCPS 21st Century Learning Spaces

Click on the link below to search Destiny, our online catalog!


Use your school ID number and password to open up the catalog.

Click on the "catalog" tab. Make sure the "location" line says "Rosemont". If not, use the drop-down menu to find Rosemont. Be sure the "material type" line reads "Any Type." Use the drop-down menu to change this if you must.

Then, browse our collection. PUT YOUR OWN HOLDS/RESERVES on from home by clicking the "Hold it!" button next to a book. Make sure the "Hold it!" message reads "As soon as possible" and click "save".

Black-Eyed Susan Program

Students in grades K–5 participate in the Black Eyed Susan Program. This program is sponsored by the Maryland Association of School Librarians (MASL) and exposes students to excellent literature.

The Black Eyed Susan Award honors outstanding books as voted on by students in the state of Maryland.

All students in grades K–5 listen to a number of the picture books during their visits to the library. They must read or listen to at least eight of the nominated titles in order to vote.

Students in grades 4 and 5 may choose to participate in the chapter book program. Students must read at least three of the nominated titles in order to vote.

All voting will take place in April. Winners are announced in early May.


Students in Kindergarten and Grade 1 may check out one book or magazine for two weeks at a time.

Students in Grades 2-5 may check out two books, or one book and one magazine, for two weeks at a time.

Students are responsible for paying for lost and/or damaged materials.


Remember that the words in books, magazines, and the computer are owned by the author who wrote them. You MUST put the information into your own words and give credit to the author.