Library Media Center


Law, Jessica

Welcome to the Callahan School Library Media Center!

A primary goal of the Callahan School Media Program is to serve as a crucial instructional tool for our faculty and students. Our very special population requires that media be provided in many forms. We provide books and other items in regular print, large print and braille. We also have quite a collection of audio books. This constant need for different forms of media requires that we work closely with the Alabama Instructional Resource Center for the Blind in Talladega. Many items are acquired through interlibrary loan.

While we have pre-school thru fifth grade students at our elementary site, we also have many students at Causey Middle School and Baker High School. In addition, our itinerant teachers work with many hearing impaired and visually impaired students, who attend their home schools.

Our media center has a combination schedule. While all our classes have a scheduled time each week to come to the library, the library is open any time during school hours for research, check out, or simply browsing for a good book.

Mission Statement
Through the use of specialized communication and equipment, the Callahan School Media Program will enable sensory impaired to become information literate and effective readers. The program will provide educational and technological opportunities to students and staff in keeping with their specific communication needs.

Please follow this link to the Callahan School Destiny Catalog and check out our wonderful collection.




Reference Sources

Captain Underpants Comics


Story on Line

Sesame Street

Giggle Poetry


American Folklore

Anderson Fairy Tales

Childrens' Library

Primary Games


Aesops Fables

Aesop Fables

Aesop Fables


Lil' fingers



Bab Books

Aesop Fables

Classic Fairy Tales

Children Created Storybooks Online

BookPops by Stephen Cosgrove

Mighty Book


Alabama Virtual Library

Alabama Virtual Library
The Alabama Virtual Library provides all students, teachers, and citizens of the State of Alabama with online access to essential library and information resources. It is primarily a group of online databases that have magazine, journal, and newspaper articles for research. Through the AVL, an equitable core of information sources are available to every student and citizen in Alabama, raising the level of excellence in schools and communities across the state.

In order to access this site from home, users must first visit their local Alabama public library to request the AVL card.

Help With Your Homework

Alabama's Free Online Homework Help Website
Homework Help
Alabama Statewide LIVE HOMEWORK HELP!

Educational Websites

Cool Math
Mathematics can be fun.

Learning can be fun.

Practice your reading skills.


Jeff Kinney & The Wimpy Kid
These books are great.

Dav Pilkey and Captain Underpants
The award winning author of Kat Kong, Dog Breath, the Paperboy, and the Ricky Ricotta series.

Barbara Park & Junie B. Jones
Ms. Park has given us many hours of reading enjoyment.

Ezra Jack Keats
Mr. Keats beautiful multicultural books are classic treasures.

Dr. Seuss
Ahhh! That famous Cat in the Hat!


ALEX - Alabama Learning Exchange
Teacher resources from across our state.

Visit the Public Library

Mobile Public Library
Visit one of the many Mobile Public Library branches.  The Mobile Public Lbrary's online resources bring information to your fingertips.

AR Home Connect

AR Home Connect
Use this site to look up books that have an Accelerated Reading Quiz.

Renaissance - Accelerated Reader

Renaissance Place
This site encompasses all the products that the District has purchased from Renaissance.

  • STAR Reading
  • STAR Math
  • Accelerated Reading
  • STAR Early Literacy

Discovery Education

Discovery Education
MCPSS has teamed up with Discovery Education to provide educational resources.

Big Universe

Big Universe
The school district has supplied our schools with over 3,000 ebooks.