Carmel
Middle School
5001 Camilla Drive
Charlotte, NC 28226
Courier #: 333
P: 980-343-6705  |  F: 980-343-6749 
Principal: LeDuan Pratt
LC: Central 2
Bell Schedule: 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM
Grades: 6-8
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Media Center

This is the link to Follett Destiny Portal, which is the online catalog for Carmel Middle School Media Center.  Students can access Follett Shelf eBooks in this link.   

NCWiseOwl is an electronic resource provided to our students by the state of North Carolina.  It is reliable, accurate and is written on their grade level.  Students are able to access information by using Britannica, Popular Science, InfoTrack Databases, etc.  If students are using NCWiseOwl from home, the password is wiseowl16.  NCWiseOwl

Atomic Learning is a terrific resources that allows students, teachers and parents to learn about the latest uses of technology.  The student user name is: CMSCARMELstudent  Password: student

Simply enter whatever program you would like to learn about and search tutorial. ATOMIC LEARNING

Bloom's Digital Web2.0 is an assortment of useful Web2.0 tools for our students   It was compiled by Kathy Beck and Karen VanVliet.  A Creative Commons license gives us permission to use this resource on our site. Bloom's Digital Web2.0

OSLIS is the website of the Oregon School Library Information System.  It is a very reliable site that guides students through any type of assignment or research. OSLIS

Charlotte Mecklenburg Public Library

PLCMC Teen Corner Book Reviews

PLCMC Teen Resources

 


 

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P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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