Welcome to Stonegate's Media Page
Mrs. Willis (Media Assistant) and Ms. Mullinix (Media Specialist)
Phone: 301-989-5668 Hours: 8:30-3:05
The mission of Stonegate Elementary School’s library media program is to empower students to be problem solvers, passionate readers, independent researchers, and ethical users of technology and information through direct instruction and collaboration with staff by providing a media program that upholds our multicultural learning environment and supports staff and students.
The vision of Stonegate Elementary School’s library media program is to be regarded as the exemplary model of 21st century information literacy skills instruction in Montgomery County Public Schools by its successful preparation of students and staff in being able to use current and future technologies and Web 2.0 tools effectively for learning and teaching.
Maryland Black-Eyed Susan Book Award
The Black-Eyed Susan Book Award is a children's choice award for the state of Maryland. Each year since 1992, the Black-Eyed Susan Book Award has been given to authors and/or illustrators of outstanding books chosen for the award by Maryland students. The award seeks to promote literacy and lifelong reading habits by encouraging students to read quality, contemporary literature.
Please see Ms. Mullinix for usernames and passwords.
Recommended Educational Websites
Student-Appropriate Search Sites
Student-Appropriate Video Sites
Websites that Recommend Good Books
- SlimeKids- full of games, references, authors, and book trailers
- International Children's Library - great website with books in many languages
- Read Alikes by Book
- Read Alikes by Audience
- Here is a great opportunity to read to your children, and help others as well! We Give Books is a program that was created to help get books to families who are unable to purchase them, and into classrooms as well. You can visit www.wegivebooks.org and create a FREE account to begin reading and donating books. All you do is sign up for a free account and begin reading! For each book you read online, a book is donated to a reading campaign of your choice. There are organizations such as NEA-Books Across America, which donates books to school libraries in disadvantaged communities across the United States, or Jumpstart for Young Children, which helps to build reading libraries in preschools. This is a great way to help families and schools get books for students who would not otherwise have access to them, and it is a great tool to use with your own children. There are easy-reader books for children learning to read, themed books for holidays, and even non-fiction books that children could use to find information for school.