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Welcome to the Media Services site. We support and coordinate district library programs and instructional needs.

Our mission is to use and provide services, resources, instruction, collaboration, and innovation to empower students and faculty to become life-long and information-literate learners.

In order to fulfill this mission, we are involved in the following activities:

  • supporting the school library innovation programs,
  • fulfilling and coordinating instructional materials requests, 
  • coodinating the annual instructional materials process, and
  • managing the district instructional materials inventory.

Contact Info

Dr. Sheila Brandt, Coordinator of Media Services

469-5502

Instructional Materials Adoption Status

On January 31st, Governor DeSantis issued an Executive Order (Januarly 31st Executive Order) calling for the following items:
The standards review will include Mathematics and English Language Arts (ELA), and will be conducted during 2019, with recommendations due to Governor DeSantis by January 1, 2020.
• There will be no changes to statewide assessments or the school grades calculation in 2018-19 and 2019-20 as a result of the executive order.
• Opportunities for input will be available for educators and the public before the recommendations are submitted and again through the State Board of Education rulemaking process (state law requires standards exist in section 1003.41, Florida Statutes; the State Board approves standards through Rule 6A-1.09401, Florida Administrative Code).
The instructional materials adoption timeline has been revised.
• Additional details and updates will be provided throughout the review process.
• A web page for the standards review is available at FLDOE Standards Review.
As of February 13, 2019, the State has suspended the mathematics adoption process for this year. The timeline for adoption cycle (FLDOE Standards Review 2/13/19) has been adjusted.  At this time we are gathering information, as quickly as it is released, to make an informed decision about curriculum for the gap years 2019-2023.

For more information about the instructional materials adoption process, please visit our Instructional Materials Adoption page.