Library & Media Center
Welcome to Dillard's Media Center. There are a number of helpful resources and links for both parents and students. Enjoy!
Media Center Mission
In collaboration with teachers, the Dillard Academy library program teaches effective and ethical uses of information in a global society, encourages critical thinking, empowers independent readers, offers readily and equitably accessible media sources to all users, and enhances personal and social responsibility.
Meet Our Staff:
Sabrina Craddock, M.Ed., MLIS
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or ClassDojo
My name is Sabrina Craddock. This is my fourth year as an elementary school librarian. My first year as a librarian was at New Vision School of Math, Science, and Technology, then with the merger of New Vision and Dillard Elementary, I became the Media Specialist for the newly merged school John W. Dillard Academy in July 2018. Before becoming a librarian, I taught grades Kindergarten through fourth grade for seven years in Rockingham County. I earned my Bachelor's Degree and Master's Degree in Elementary Education at Greensboro College and my Master's Degree in Library and Information Studies along with my Public Librarian Certification at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in December of 2019. I am married and have two children ages 19 and 26.
Media Center Rules
Please help your child remember the following Media Center guidelines for checking out books:
K-2 students may check out up to 2 books at a time. However, if the student has 1 or more books overdue or missing he/she will need to find and return these books before checking out a new book.
3-5 students may check out up to two books at a time. However, if the student has 1 or more books overdue or missing he/she will be limited to checking out 1 book at a time until the missing book(s) are found and returned.
Exceptions can be made for special circumstances. Speak with your school librarian.
Check-outs are for a 2-week period.
No fines will be applied for missing books until the end of the school year.
Find ebooks and audiobooks to read online!
Take quizzes, check your goals, see points earned!
Search for books in the library!
Find the reading levels and quiz numbers of your favorite books!
K-12 Source for Research Databases, E-Journals, Primary Sources, Magazine Subscriptions, Collections, Encyclopedia, eBooks, and More! (Remote/Home Learning Passwords: wiseowl19 or wiseowl20)
The Big 6 is an information literacy process, a research process, and an inquiry process because it describes the way we complete assignments and solve problems in any situation.