Welcome to the RLS Media Center

  • Have you set your summer reading goals? Students who complete the United Way Summer Reading Challenge are able to participate in the Summer Reading Celebration! 

    Summer Reading Challenge Form


    The 2021-2022 SSYRA and SSYRA Jr. Book Lists are out!

    SSYRA Jr. K-2 list

    SSYRA Grade 3-5 list

    SSYRA Grade 6-8 list


    What is SSYRA? 

    "The Sunshine State Young Readers Award (SSYRA) Program is a statewide reading motivational program for students in grades 3 through 8. The purpose of the SSYRA Program is to encourage students to read independently for pleasure and to read books that are on, above, and below their reading level in order to improve their reading fluency. Sunshine State books are selected for their wide appeal, literary value, varied genres, curriculum connections, and/or multicultural representation."





     Ebooks are available thorough Destiny Discover, Sora and Epic. You can find the Follett Destiny and Sora apps on your launchpad.  To join Mrs. Monroe's Epic class, please see your FOCUS resource page under the Media class.


    Library Loan Policies:

    Kindergarten - may borrow 2 books for 2 weeks

    First Grade - may borrow 2 books for 2 weeks

    Second Grade - may borrow 2 books for 2 weeks

    Third Grade - Sixth Grade - may borrow 3 books for 2 weeks

    Students may renew books as long as the books are not on reserve. Sunshine State Reader books and Children Book Awards can be renewed only once.

    Requesting a book - you may put a book on yourself hold using Destiny Discover. Search Destiny Discover, find your book and click on the "Hold" icon. Available hold books will be delivered to your classroom or teacher's mailbox within two days. 

    Please be patient! All returned library materials must remain in "quarantine" for 72 hours after return for your protection.


    Mission Statement:

    The mission of the Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary School Media Center is to provide a variety of resources to empower students to be skillful researchers and lifelong critical thinkers as well as  independent readers with an appreciation of literature. Our media center strives to be the center of collaborative learning that enhances student engagement and encourages independent ethical exploration of information and ideas in a global community.


    Vision Statement:

    The vision of the Robert Louis Stevenson School Library Program is to provide a safe, accessible and resource-rich environment that promotes a culture of collaboration as well as literacy and research appreciation. In  addition, we strive to provide innovative services to stimulate creativity, intellectual curiosity as well as acquisition of 21st Century Skills.


    Media Center Guidelines:


    Everything has a place

    Always Share

    Don't disturb others in the media center



Penguin Reading


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            Open Library Hours:

                2:40-3:20 M-Th

                1:45-2:00 Friday