•  Welcome to the

     Theresa Ferreira  
    Media Specialist, Theresa Ferreira
    Graduate of Seton Hall University, NJ
    Masters Degree in Educational Media from Nova Southeastern University, FL
    The media center hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Media use in the morning before school is limited to quiet study, research, reading, or school projects on the computers. During the school day, you must have a pass from your teacher to enter the media center. During lunch time visit, the innovation station is open and includes Ozobots, Legos, and Puzzles are available.

    You may check out up to four books and keep them for two weeks. Books may be renewed. Flash drives are also available for check-out.

    You are responsible for returning media center materials on time and not damaged! Overdue notices are sent to homeroom teachers twice a month. You are to return all books to the book drop in the media center. You cannot checkout books/flash drives if you have overdue material.
    Computers cannot be used for E-mail, games, downloading, or any type of personal use. 
                                                     Mission Statement
    The mission of the OMS Media Center is to provide a superlative collection, to support and enrich the 
    curriculum, and to facilitate and foster reading 
    achievement and the love of reading for all students.



     Middle School Supplementary 
    Reading List

    New Sunshine State Young Readers Award 2019-2020
    Why should you participate in the SSYRA Program?

    OverDrive All Collier Schools now have the ability to use OverDrive to check out eBooks.  Students can login using their district ID and password. Faculty and staff members login using their network ID and teacher number as the password. 
    Book Review Links 
    School Library Journal http://www.slj.com/category/reviews/books/
    American Library Association http://booklistonline.com/Default.aspx?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1