Welcome to the Winfield Media Center!
Sam Stitely -- Media Specialist
Laurie Precht -- Media Specialist (Fridays)
Julie Blunck -- Media Clerk
The school library media program will inspire students to think critically, to create lifelong learners, and to encourage a love for reading.
The school library media program will prepare students to become motivated, hard-working, and responsible students who focus on learning and increasing their academic knowledge and success.
Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade: one book/checkout every week
3rd, 4th, 5th grade: two books/checkout every other week
After unpacking in the classroom, students are welcome to come to the media center any morning during the week between 9:00-9:25 am to return or renew media books.
Thank you once again to the Winfield-Taylorsville Lions Club for donating money to the Winfield Media Center. This year they donated $250, which allows us to buy many books that we may otherwise not have had in the Media Center. Thank you!
Maryland Black Eyed Susan Award
Congratulations! The student selections for 2022 – 2023 winners are:
Picture Book – Norman Didn't Do It! (Yes, He Did) by Ryan T. Higgins
Grades 4-6 – Unplugged by Gordon Korman
Graphic Novels Grades 4-6 – Allergic by Megan Wagner Lloyd, illustrated by Michelle Mee Nutter
Check out the 2023-2024 Black Eyed Susan Nominees!
Battle of the Books
Information will be shared in October 2023 to 4th and 5th graders during media classes! Stay tuned!
Congratulations to all students that participated in the Summer Reading Program!
Information will be updated in Spring 2024 for the next Carroll County Public Library Summer Reading Program
Need something else to read? Check out CCPL's reading lists!
Checkout the Resources and Databases you can access at Winfield Elementary!
Please contact Ms. Stitely, Mrs. Precht, or Mrs. Blunck with any questions.
Choose Winfield Elementary from the list of schools.
Our databases can be accessed from the home screen in Destiny.
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