Library Media Center


In-Person Students:

Visit our library in person with a pass during Flex Time or utilize our online library website Destiny Discover. Order books online to pick up in person or have them delivered to your homeroom the next day. Check out this flyer for more information on how to order and receive books from our library.


Virtual Students:

Our library is now proud to offer curbside pickup options every synchronous day during Flex Time. Check out this tutorial video and flyer for more information on how to order and pickup books from the library.


For ebooks and other digital materials, watch this tutorial video or view the flyer for instructions.


Click here to access Destiny Discover!


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CCPS Online Databases

Need to do some research? Need information on a topic? Use these databases for valid, researched, and relevant information. Our databases will also include citations for papers and projects.

 If you are working from school, access is automatic.

At home, enter:
username: charlescounty
password: welcome




North Point Beanstack Reading Challenge

Check out Charles County’s current reading challenge: Read Woke. North Point is using Beanstack to help our students log their reading and learn more about different databases available to them during distance learning. Earn badges as you log the minutes you read and complete activities. The more you do, the more badges you can earn!

Click here to access Beanstack.

Click here for an online video on how to get started with Beanstack.


Not sure what you want to read?

Want a recommendation?

  Click here to access our Books of the Week!

 Goldberg Headshot2Library Media Specialist: Gabriele Goldberg

 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Get to know Ms. Goldberg and view her introduction video.




CCPS Library Media Vision

The School Library Media Program is essential to student learning and achievement and integral to the entire educational process, providing all students and staff members with equitable and timely access to ideas and information through a collaborative integrated instructional program which empowers students and staff to be effective users of ideas and information, to evolve as life-long learners, and to choose to read for pleasure. Our mission is carried out by providing an intellectually free and welcoming environment that is physically attractive, as well as well-maintained and run by highly qualified staff. Ideally, when students leave Charles County Public Schools, the Library Media Program will have aided them in becoming active and creative locators and users of information to solve problems, to formulate ideas, and to satisfy their own curiosities.