The Media Center has over 14,000 books, magazines, a daily newspaper subscription, a computer lab with 35 computers and a wide variety of teacher materials. Teachers can sign up to bring their entire class or students can visit individually. Students must have a pass from a teacher to enter during the school day.
The Media Center is open before school at 9:10 AM and after school until 4:10 PM. The Media Center is also open during lunch so that students with a pass can visit then as well. On occasion, the Media Center may be closed for special events or testing. This will be announced on the morning announcements.
Students may check out two books for two weeks at a time. Students may use the computers for school related work, but to use the Internet, an Acceptable Use Agreement must be on file. If you are not sure if you turned yours in, see a Media Assistant and they will check for you.
Please come see us in the Media Center!
How to Find What You Need
Do you have a suggestion for a book or video that you would like added to the Media Center collection? Email our Media Assistant Mr. Keyser! This is your library, and we want your opinion!
Search for books and other media at Largo Middle School. You will also find links to other useful educational links. You can also search and read our school's eBooks here as well. Select Largo Middle and use your R2.D2 & password. There are a ton of eBooks available, including the Sunshine State Books for next school year.
This site gives access to almost 1,000 eBooks available to students. To get to MackinVIA, log in to FOCUS with your R2.D2 and s. password. In the bottom right corner under Student Programs is a link for MackinVIA. Once you’re in MackinVIA, simply search for the title you are looking for and click the Open Now button. Enjoy!
This database has several searchable data bases to find information about everything! Just select Largo Middle School from the drop down menu.
Need to research a topic for a class assignment? Look no further. World Book Encyclopedia Online is like having a set of encyclopedias wherever you are.
BrainPOP creates animated, curricular content that engages students, supports educators, and bolsters achievement. To sign in, ask your teacher for the username and password.