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Need to find a book?

Go to the Destiny Catalog page. 

Media Center Staff


Michelle Rivera

Media Specialist

Duane Mulnix

Tech Liaison 

Media Center


All of the Accelerated Reader books in our Media Center have been marked with a lexile rating.  Students are given a lexile range they are allowed to read in based on their i-Ready reading diagnostic test.  For more information about lexile scores please visit the following website: https://lexile.com/



Copyright Free media

Public Domain Project ...

is a new website that provides tons of copyright-free historical media files and cultural artifacts that you can use and remix in your own work.As of right now, Public Domain Project features over 80,000 copyright-free video clips, photos, sound recordings, and 3D models. Also,' the project includes digital models of NASA tools and satellites, Georges Méliès' 1902 film, A Trip To The Moon, speeches by political figures like Winston Churchill and Martin Luther King, Jr., recordings of performances from composers like Beethoven, and many more.'

AR Book Finder

This link takes you to the Renaissance Place website where you can search the lists of tests which are available through the Accelerated Reader program.


AR Home Connect

Log on to check on your child's AR progress.

Annual Literacy Events at PES

Read Across America

Georgia Picturebook Awards

Read for the Record

Book Character Parade

AR Enterprise

Previously, all tests and books went through a selection process before being placed in the Media Center. Now a wider variety of tests will be available, but this does not necessarily mean that the book is recommended by Portal Elementary. If a parent is concerned with this change, he or she should plan to develop an awareness of what their child has selected to read.