Welcome to the Meadow Hill Middle School Library!

  • Librarian:  Ms. Gillhouse                Mobile Meals Schedule 


    To find MyON digital books, first login to your  Clever for Students where you can read from myON (STAR).  This is an online digital library of both informational and literary texts connected to a student’s STAR Scores.

    It's time to vote for your Young Readers Choice Award winners!  You've been reading these all year, and we even did our Battle of the Books with some of these titles.  Now it's your turn to choose your favorite!  Please vote for one title in each category (you must have read at least two books in a category if you wish to vote). Click on the link below to cast your ballot!  Voting will be open until Friday, April 10.  Thanks for taking time to vote on your favorites! 

    YRCA 2020 Vote!


     Bound to Stay Bound Check out new resources from this library book company.  Fun Activities,  Virtual tours of Parks, Museums, Zoos,  Educational Websites and Activites on Authors and Books, Professional Resources for Teachers and Parents.



    How to Use the Library from Home as we Social Distance

    Dear students and parents,

    As we continue our learning from home, I hope this webpage will give you ideas of places to go for reading, exploring, and enhancing your classes.  I will feature a different sites to explore—about books, authors, places, animals, history, or just for fun. Even though you can’t check out library books right now, you will still be able to read or listen to some great books!   During this time, companies have generously offered to provide their books free of charge for you to read either digitally or by listening (audibly).  So, take a look at the links below and enjoy a great book still!  Please let me know if you need help accessing these online resources or need a good book recommendation. I'd be happy to help.   See email below.  

                                                                 Ms. Gillhouse    bgillhouse@mcps.k12.mt.us


    Check out new resources from the company Bound to Stay Bound.  Fun Activities,  Virtual tours of Parks, Museums, Zoos,  Educational Websites and Ativites on Authors and Books, Professional Resources for Teachers and Parents.

    Harry Potter Fans

    If you love the Harry Potter series, check out this new Wizarding World website created for fans all over the world while we all stay home.  It will continuously update with new activites, puzzles, and videos as well as offering free digital and audio downloads of the books through April. 







    JUNIOR LIBRARY GUILD:  (Click on the picture)   Read digitally on your computer, tablet, smart phone, etc.

    JLG @ Home: Reading Resources


     AUDIBLE  (Click on the picture)  Listen  on your computer, tablet, smart phone, etc.

     ABDO---Non-fiction and fiction digital and audio books:  Click on ELEMENTARY or SECONDARY Links  for access.

    Abdo Digital Bookshelf  

    ABDO Elementary Digital Bookshelf (Grades PreK-8)

    ABDO Secondary DigitalBookshelf   (Grades 5-12)


    Practice your knowelge of GEOGRAPHY with the games on the website link below!


Library Catalog (Enterprise)

    World Book Online Encyclopedia
    World Book Student is a comprehensive online encyclopedia that features the entire World Book Encyclopedia with high-interest content written at the age appropriate level.  It includes a collection of content, features, and tools specifically developed to make online knowledge accessible and easy to integrate into lesson planning.
    Gale Research in Context
    Gale Research in Context is a Middle School Database combining acclaimed content with media-rich, curriculum-aligned materials that span core subjects and 21st-century themes, including Biography, Global Issues, Literature, Opposing Viewpoints, Science, Student Resources, U.S. History, World History. You can save and send information found here to your Google account and Google Classroom.
    The Meadow Hill Library has Kindles with cases for student check out.  The lending period will be 2 weeks (14 days), and a permission slip signed in advance by a parent or guardian is required.  Parental controls are enabled on the Kindles, so users cannot use the Kindles to access internet or purchase titles.  There are a variety of titles, genres, and authors in the digital books that are loaded on the Kindles.  w
    Students can pick up a permission slip from the library, or download one here: