Oneida High School ~ Middle School Library

Oneida High School ~ Oneida Middle School

BIG NEWS: Junior Library Guild is offering FREE access to JLG Digital until May 31!

Junior Library Guild eBooks for Elementary, Middle School and High school students is offering our students unlimited access* to read books online from any device. There is no limit to the number of users and titles enter and exit the digital stream regularly, so there are always new picks available. See the books exiting soon.

Using a computer? Usernames & passwords are not needed! Simply click your book-stream choice below and you'll be automatically logged in!


Usernames & passwords are required when using the JLG Digital app. Scroll down for the passwords and full instructions on how to use JLG Digital on your desktop and the iOS app. 

Using the free JLG Digital Desktop version


  1. Click the school-level book stream of your choice: ElementaryMiddle SchoolHigh School.
  2. Ignore the Personal Account Sign-In box at the top of the page—just scroll down to the books and get started. You can even click the “X” in the top right corner of the sign-in box so that it goes away.
  3. Simply click on a book to go to its page, then click the “Read” or “Play” button to begin reading/listening. Audiobooks are designated with a headphone icon on the lower right corner of the book cover; ebooks are designated with a tablet icon on the lower right corner.
  4. If an audiobook fails to play, check your browser. Audiobooks will not play in Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge.

More tips

  • All books in the streams are multi-user, meaning an unlimited number of readers can access them at the same time.
  • A selection of titles will expire at the end of each month, so watch for the “Leaving Soon” banners to appear on the cover art. But, don’t worry—new titles will automatically be added to the streams at that time, too!
  • The Search feature will bring up titles that are not available to be read. These titles are not currently in the streams and cannot be accessed. Only books with the “Read” or “Play” buttons are the books available to read.


Using the free JLG Digital iOS app


  1. Simply download the JLG Digital app from the App Store.
  2. Sign in using the login info for the school-level book stream of your choice.

Username: JLGELM
Password: JLGFREE

Middle School
Username: JLGMID
Password: JLGFREE

High School
Username: JLGHI
Password: JLGFREE

  • 3. When a window pops up prompting Personal Account Sign In—do not fill that out. Just click OK to access the books and start reading! NOTE: You will only have to do this once. After the first time, your device will automatically log in for you.
  • 4. Tap on a title to open the book. Doing this will also download the title for offline reading, so you will still be able to read the book through the app when not connected to the internet.
  • 5. Simply swipe left and right on your screen to navigate through the book. You can also click on the Settings gear in the top right corner of the screen and change to “Continuous” to scroll up and down through the book.

Enjoy this free, unlimited access!

Parents, we realize that it is challenging to take on the responsibility of keeping children engaged in the education process when it has become necessary for them to remain at home. Even though they have packets or online classes and assignments, you may find yourself scrambling for resources to provide extra activities, projects, and books to keep young minds stimulated and motivated. We never want you to feel that you are on this journey alone! Below you will find links to resources that will hopefully help relieve any anxiety you may be feeling. I will be adding to this list as I scour the World Wide Web for fun and informative sites worthy of inclusion. Please check back often. If you have a resource that you would like to share I would be happy to include it in the list to share with our OSSD families. Email your comments or suggestions to me via the "Send Email" link at the top of the side panel under my name. Also, if you Subscribe to my page, you will receive a notification when I add content.
“Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved.” ~Helen Keller
Learn at Home: Ideas, projects, & resources to help keep kids reading, thinking, and learning.
Keep Them Reading - Here are some of my book picks, along with some suggested activities and interesting links.
Scholastic Resources - Day-by-day projects for grades PreK-9
TumbleBooks - Grades K-12
TEL (TN Electronic Library) - Any Tennessee resident can freely use databases found here.
Tennessee R.E.A.D.S. - Electronic library (includes audio book selection)
TEL4U - For grades Pre-K-5; provides a safe place for kids to go online for educational and fun websites
National Geographic Kids - A children's magazine published by the National Geographic Society
PBS Kids - Educational games & videos from PBS KIDS shows! Pre-K-5
NASA - Homework help, games, STEM activities, eBooks, podcasts, lots more. Grades 6-12
FUNBRAIN - Educational games for kids of all ages. (math, grammar, science, spelling, history)
HowStuffWorks - Explains thousands of topics, with videos and illustrations. Grades 6-12
Bartleby - Need help with your homework? Get 10 free homework help questions per month.
Virtual Tours
Panda Cam - Live coverage of pandas at Zoo Atlanta 
San Diego Zoo Kids - Lots of animal cams as well as videos, stories, activities & games
Georgia Aquarium - Ocean Voyager Webcam
Jellycam @ Monterey Bay Aquarium - A very soothing (and educational) experience.
Seattle Aquarium - Take a virtual field trip to Washington state.
National Aquarium - Self-guided tour
Virtual Egg Farm Field Trip - Take a trip to an egg farm without leaving home. Grades K-8
FarmFood360 - Get a 360 degree experience. All grades.
StarAtlas - Explore over 60,000 stars, locate planets, and watch sunrises & solar eclipses.
Alaska Volcano Observatory -  Interactive map that allows you to click & learn about volcanoes.
Nature Works Everywhere - Virtual field trips. Each video is about 45 minutes long.
Yellowstone National Park - Watch the Old Faithful geyser erupt. Many other webcams available.
Great Lakes Now - Videos, activities, lesson plans. Grades 6-8
Discovery Education - Each no-cost virtual field trip comes with a companion guide packed with standards-aligned, hands-on learning activities!
Smithsonian - Explore the museum in a 360 degree tour format. 
Metropolitan Museum of Art - Over 5,000 years of art from around the world.
Cincinnati Zoo - Join a Home Safari on Facebook Live each day at 3pm EDT.
Insider - Explore 32 national parks, from Yellowstone to Grand Canyon.
The library is open to high school students from 7:30-3:30 each school day. Middle school students access per teacher permission during Enrichment time.
Debbie Phillips, Library Media Specialist
Kim Palfreyman, Library Assistant