Mission Library

Hours of operation for the 2017-2018 school year

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday            

Thursday – Early Release

Friday

Library opens 7:00am

Library opens 7:00am

Library opens 7:00am

Library opens 7:00am

Library opens 7:00am


11:31-12:01

Closed for lunch



11:31-12:01

Closed for lunch



11:31-12:01

Closed for lunch



10:55-11:25

Closed for lunch


11:31-12:01

Closed for lunch


Library closes 3:30pm

Library closes 3:30pm

Library closes 3:30pm

Library closes 3:30pm

Library closes 3:30pm




Mission Library Catalog

Summer Reading Programs
Escondido Public Library's Summer Reading Challenge
Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program: get a free book by reading books
Get free entrance to the San Diego County Fair by reading books
Open eBooks: All Mission students have an access code and password to the Open eBooks Middle School Collection. 
You should have received your access code and password in the mail this summer and/or last summer. If not, your teacher or the Librarian can look it up for you.






Listen to free public domain audiobooks via Libri Vox
Listen and read at the same time with http://esl-bits.net/

Read free ebooks from foreign countries in English translation, or in the original language!
http://en.childrenslibrary.org/
http://en.childrenslibrary.org/


Borrow free ebooks & audiobooks with your Escondido Public Library card

YALSA's Teen Bookfinder App


Need to do homework on The Adventures of Tom Sawyer but don't have a book at home?  Don't worry.  This book is out of copyright, and available for free as an ebook or e-audiobook from gutenberg.org

Read Diary of a Wimpy Kid online for free via FunBrain 

Read an I Spy book
via the International Children's Digital Library

Should you read Stephenie Meyer's Midnight Sun, told from Edward's point of view?
See what she has to say about it
 

Read Patrick Carman's 1st episode of 315 online for free

Novel series in Mission library

Watch
book trailers
for books in Mission Library 




New York Times online
  • As long as you are in the school building at Mission Middle School, you have web access on any device – computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone. To read in a format optimized for your smartphone or tablet, visit mobile.nytimes.com.

  • There is no user registration or login required.
  • Archive access: You have access to articles from 1851 to the present, with the exception of articles within the date range 1923-1980. With our subscription plan, no access is available to those articles.

  • Limitations: Our subscription to NYTimes.com is not available outside the school building, by accessing the school’s intranet from off-site or via NYTimes apps. It does not include e-reader editions, Premium Crosswords or digital versions of The New York Times Crossword.

World Book Online
Username: eusdlib
Password: where Mrs. Bloom works.  Hint: starts with L


 
    Timelines





See the Streaming tab on Mission's private technology page for BrainPop login information

 
Digital Public Library of America
Primary and Secondary Sources on historical Americans and American history. Great resource for 8th grade social studies classes.

Read the philosophical and literary writings of famous historical figures on Project Gutenberg

Calisphere
 California's history: original sources

Learn a foreign language

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