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Arundel High School Media Center News

Come check out a book and get your Reading Rewards Card!

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3D Printing!

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When you buy our designs, you help us to earn money to purchase another Printrbot printer and supplies!

Accessing the Databases and E-books from Home- Now even easier!

Students can access the e-books and databases for research from home simply by going to MackinVIA.com. All required novels for English are available to read on the go!


Log in to MackinVIA using your student ID # and your PIN (last 4 digits of your ID) to access all resources without additional passwords!

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Announcing the 2016 One Maryland One Book

All American Boys by Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely

The 2016 One Maryland One Book is "All American Boys" by Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely

Learn everything you need to know about All American Boys and the authors. All American Boys was selected based on the 2016 theme: "The 21st Century Great American Novel."

For updates about 2016 One Maryland One Book events and more, follow the book page.

Ready to join us in reading and discussing All American Boys? Visit the How to Participate page and sign up to be part of the 2016 One Maryland One Book program!

About One Maryland One Book

When we read a great book, we can’t wait to share the experience and talk about it with others. That’s one of the joys of reading.

In that spirit, the Maryland Humanities Council createdOne Maryland One Book (OMOB) to bring together diverse people in communities across the state through the shared experience of reading the same book. We invite readers to participate in book-centered discussions and related programs at public libraries, high schools, colleges, museums, bookstores, and community and senior centers around the state.

OMOB programs, including an author tour, take place each year in the fall. A calendar of free public events will be available online this summer.

Apps and Websites We Love!

Arundel Makerspace: See what the latest Makers are doing!

The Makerspace is open during Pride Period and after school for students interested in trying new technologies, creative projects, or tinkering with materials to inspire innovative thinking.


Donations of art materials, legos, paint, glue, glue sticks, metal wire, paper lanterns, old technology for our "take apart" area, and other materials always welcome!

About Us

We are open daily from 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. and during Pride Period.

Staff:

Megan McCarthy-Media Specialist

Rosie Hodges-Media Assistant

Vikki Collins- Media Secretary