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This will take you to the Ord Elementary library site where you can find out more information about the Golden Sower Award Program.

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OPAC - Online access to our library for quick searching.  User: Ord High School  (A Password is not needed.)

Learning isn’t ‘one size fits all.’ World Book Online offers a diverse suite of products for every age, ability, and interest to suit the needs of all students.

Library of Congress - Contains tons of great information.  Rather than use the search box, try to narrow down your search by picking your topics.  (By doing it this way your results will be more manageable)

Work in Progress - - keep checking back 10/01/15
Mrs. Hruza
I have lived in Ord all of my married life, 27 years. My husband Dennis and I have 4 boys, Tim, Ryan, Adam and Trevor and they have all gone through the Ord Public School system.

I have been at Ord High School since January of 2004. I have worked in many positions here but really do enjoy my present position as Media Center Assistant. I have always enjoyed reading, but have learned a lot more about books since I began working in the Media Center 4 years ago. Feel free to ask me for help in finding a book that you already know about or asking for suggestions on choosing a book, I would be happy to help.

Come on in and check out what your Media Center has to offer!


Ms. Malec
My name is Jenifer Malec and I am the Media Specialist for both the Elementary and Jr/High School in Ord. You will find me each morning in the high school media center until about 8:15, while on Friday mornings I am on campus until about 11:00 when I head to the elementary.

Most of my career has been as a secretary, but I began work as a paraprofessional in an Omaha school when my children were young. It was then I decided to get my teaching degree. I currently have my elementary education degree that includes a library media endorsement and am working on my master's in Instructional Technology.