• Learning From Home Resources

    Books Online (Suggested by Mrs. Lane)

    More Books Online (Suggested by Our District Office)


    You can check and see if the books have an AR test at www.arbookfind.com.


    Mystery Mania Breakout 

    Read three mysteries and take the AR tests on them and I'll send you the link for the digital breakout.  Email me if you need the code to join a Google Classroom with more info.


    Battle of the Books 

    The Battle of the Books is a contest like a game show where the questions are about books.  Each homeroom has a team and we will have two intramural contests.  We will also have a school team that competes against other schools in our district.  Moore Lions are the district Battle of the Books champs for 2018-2019!

    Here is the list for this year:

     2019-2020 Battle of the Books List

    The district level competition has been postponed.  When a new date and time are selected, it will be posted here.


    Reading Renaissance 

    What is Reading Renaissance? 

    Home Access for Renaissance Place (Checking on a student’s RR progress) 

    AR Book Finder (Checking books for AR tests and levels) 


    Spring Book Fair

    Our spring fair has been cancelled.

    Books and eBooks 

    Destiny Home Access 

    If you want to know if we have a certain book in our library, this is where you need to check.  Students, you may access our ebook Collection via Destiny Discover from this link as well.


    Destiny Discover- Click on the link to the left to access to our school's ebooks; your student will use his or her AR user name and password to log in. 

    There is also an app for Apple products and for Chromebooks that can be downloaded to your personal devices.  Check the online stores (example: iTunes) from which you buy apps and download Destiny Discover for free.

    A big THANK YOU to the School Foundation for the grant money to purchase these ebooks!





    If you need the current user name and/or password, please contact Mrs. Lane. This site is provided free of charge to South Carolina residents and is helpful when students have research questions.