Welcome to the Media Center!! We are excited to have so many of our students back in school. We have lots of new materials and checkout is available daily during advisory (as well as 1st and 3rd hours with teacher permission).
We have a variety of options that will allow to continue to access digital materials (and any materials we are missing or that you need over the summer).
- We have partnered with the Oak Park Library to provide your child with the ability to get digital and hard copy books. Any student in our district is eligible to get an Oak Park Library card that they can use for the service at Oak Park Library. All you need to do is fill out an application for the library card and your child will receive their digital library card. Oak Park Library Application
- Additionally, Michigan eLibrary (MeL) resources are provided to all schools and libraries across Michigan. MeL offers reading and research materials for students who are either at school or learning at a distance. Check out their eBook collection.
- EPIC has tons of digital books for free. If you are having trouble setting up an account let us know and we can set one up for you.
We have gotten tons of new books over the summer based on the interest surveys students completed in the spring. We are so excited to get them on the shelves. If there is something you want and cannot find please let us know.
MEET OUR STAFF
Mrs. Quigley has a Master of Art in Teaching from Oakland University and Bachelor of Art in History from Auburn University. Mrs. Quigley loves reading, history, and sees herself as a lifelong learner. She is also an avid college football fan. Her favorite teams are Auburn and University of Michigan. Mrs. Quigley lives with her husband, her sons Alexander and David, her daughter Anna, and their two cats Linus and Macho. She is always happy to help you find a book that interests you. She is thrilled about all of the books we are regularly adding to the Media Center!! Go Knights!
Ms. Nancy has been with Oak Park School District for 35 years. She has a liberal art's degree and a applied science degree from Oakland Community College. Oak Park Schools is like a home away from home for her. She also works at the Oak Park Public Library in the evening and weekend. She enjoys working with students and wants to help them with their future.