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Destiny Catalog

Access Madison's media center catalog from home! TEST

Google Drive

Go to: https://accounts.google.com

(Use Google Chrome as browser for optimal results.)

To log in to your account, Google Drive will ask for:

Email and Password.

Email is your Student ID and trumbullps.net

Ex: 3009000@trumbullps.net

You created your Password in class with media specialist or classroom teacher.

iconn logo
CT Digital Library

Use your public library card ID to log in from home.

Register for EasyBib! Click link below!

(This link is to register for the first time only. After you are registered, go to easybib.com.)

Click icon above for Britannica.

To get full use of Britannica School, see Ms. Dwyer for

User Name and Password!

Eighth Grade Career Unit

Web Citation: Click HERE

Extra Sources:

  1. Occupational Outlook Handbook
  2. My Next Move
  3. kids.usa.gov

Eighth Grade Imperialism Unit


Eighth Grade Deeper Impact APBA

Click Here for Website


7th Grade Technology Unit

Ms. Dwyer with author Wendy Mass.

Any of her books are amazing reads!


Sixth Grade APBAs

Dig In!

Metric Monster


Parents' Corner

Endangered Species Research

6th Grade


8th Grade

Artists & Inspirations

MLA Citation Guide from andyspinks.com

Librarians'Internet Index

Hot Book Lists

YALSA's Top Ten

Printz Award

Newbery Medal

Best Books for Young Adults

Quick Picks for Reluctant Readers

Internet Public Library

Destiny Catalog

Hot Weather Sites


Scholastic Book Fair!

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The Book Fair is November 19 & 20.

All students will come to the media center from their language arts classes.

On November 19, there is an evening fair during parent conferences from 6:30 PM-8:30 PM.

Check out the books being offered on this website!


Ms. Dwyer's Book Blog!

Don't know what to read? Bored with the same old books?

Check out my website by clicking in image below for some new book selections!

Feel free to leave comments on the blog if you have opinions about the books!

Enjoy! Ms. D.



e-books for Madison Students

Want to read a book on your tablet? See Ms. Dwyer in the media center FIRST to make your account.

Go to the following site:

User Name: firstnamelastname  (no space)


PW: Student ID


Yes! There's an app for that! Go to the Google Play store or the Apple App store for Follett Enlight,

Note: At this point, the media center only has a limited selection of e-books as we are just strating to add these to our collection. To read the book, you may simply click on it. If you would like to "check-out" the book, you may select the Check-Out option.

Access the Catalog!

View Madison Media Center's book collection from the classroom or from home!

Destiny Catalog

Click on the above link to see what wonders in reading we have available! Physically check out the book in the media center as usual.

Safer Internet Day

Google has placed incredibly important internet information on their website. Today, everyone must takeresponsibility for safety online. The link is:

Google: Family Safety Center


"13 for Thirteen Year Olds"

What does it take to reach a middle school reader?

Check out this article from Scholastic Intructor!

If you loved The Hunger Games...

Visit these sites below for other great titles!


Barnes & Noble

Nutmeg Book Selection 2016

Visit the Link Below for List of 2016 Nominees:

Intermediate Book List

Teen Book List

Begin your Nutmeg Advenutre and start to read! Voting begins April 2015.

The Nutmeg Book Award encourages children in grades 4-8 to read quality literature and to choose their favorite from a list of ten nominated titles. Jointly sponsored by the Connecticut Library Association (CLA) and the Connecticut Association of School Librarians (CASL) , the Nutmeg Committee is comprised of children's librarians and school library media specialists who are members of our sponsoring organizations.


Get Blogging: Join the Lunch Bunch!

Next Meeting: Tuesday, October 13

Do you love to read? Do you enjoy blogging? Meet friends in the media center during your lunch period. We will be discussing your favorite books and blogging about them. Let Ms. Dwyer know of your interest or if you have any questions.

Blog Site: Edmodo

(You will have to come to the club meeting to get access into the site. See Ms. Dwyer!)

Book Request Line

Do you want to read a book that you cannot find in Madison's catalog?

Do you have book ideas for Ms. Dwyer?

If you have any book choice suggestions, feel free to e-mail Ms. Dwyer!

All suggestions will be appreciated!

Click below to e-mail

Ms. Dwyer's Book Hotline


Author Sightings!

Ms. Dwyer with author Laurie Halse Anderson, author of Speak, Twisted, and Fever. Ms. Dwyer with Wendy Mass, author of Every Soul a Star and A Mango-Shaped Space.
Reif Larsen, author of The Selected Works of T. S. Spivet, at Madison Middle School. Reif Larsen presents to Trumbull at the One Book-One Town signature event.

Media Center Statement

The Madison library media center is dedicated to helping students succeed. The media center's mission is to enrich students' academic experience and personal growth. It is foremost an extension of the classroom where students come to complete research using texts and technology. The expanded fiction collection is a support for pleasure reading and the SSR program at Madison. The district’s online network allows students access to many educational databases such as iconn.

The media center is a resource that supports the curriculum, encourages self-actualization and independent inquiry. As such, it is responsive to students' educational and personal needs that are in constant flux.

The media center remains open after school for teachers to use with their students when necessary and initiates many after school programs.

Media Center Clubs
Madison Mentors - after school Thursday
Madison Cafe - monthly, during lunch


Ms. Dwyer, Library Media Specialist


7:30a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Media Center open after school on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday.