Media Center

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday:  8:10 a.m. - 3:25 p.m.


Students are encouraged to come to the Library Media Center (LMC) to check out materials for research and reading enjoyment. During lunch, students may come to the LMC with a pass to enjoy magazines, study, use computers, or quietly relax.

Checking Out Books:

All students may check out up to two books for a period of two weeks.  All material may be renewed for one additional two-week period.

Computer Access:

There are 100 computer workstations in the Library Media Center.  These workstations may be used to browse the school's and district's collections (via Destiny), conduct research, and complete miscellaneous school-related tasks.   Students may print (in black ink only) for $0.10 per page.

Accelerated Reader:

Participation in the Accelerated Reader Program is encouraged. There are over 3,000 AR titles available for students to check out.  There are over 200,000 AR quizzes.  Want to check to see if a book has an AR quiz?  Click the link below to search for your title:


Read on Sora.

Walton County School District has a subscription for OverDrive, which provides a variety of eBooks and audiobooks for students and staff.  To access these resources, log in to Classlink (by clicking the image above) and look for the SORA app.

Walton County School District is excited to announce our partnership with the Walton County Public Library to provide our students with even more digital resources!  In addition to eBooks and audiobooks purchased by WCSD, students now have access to digital resources through the local library.  Audiobooks and eBooks purchased by WCSD and the public library are available to students via the Sora platform (in Classlink).

Since the entire public library's digital collection will be available, students must return a permission slip prior to obtaining access.  We encourage parents to monitor their student's activity and set preferences (using the instructions provided in the parent letters below) to determine the content available to your child/children.  Students that return permission forms to Mrs. English in the media center will be given library card numbers that will allow access to the public library's digital resources.

In addition to eBooks and audiobooks, the public library's digital collection includes access to Knowledge City, Universal Class, and Creative Bug.  These resources may be accessed on the Walton County Public Library's website -

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. English (

Parent letters / permission forms (in English and Spanish)

Helpful Links

Ask A Librarian

Ask a Librarian provides Florida residents with virtual reference services through chat, text, and email.

Citation Machine

Citation Machine helps students and professional researchers to properly credit the information that they use. Its primary goal is to make it so easy for student researchers to cite their information sources.


ClassLink is WCSD's single sign-on, where you can easily access resources in one spot (and with one sign-on). This portal provides access to Destiny, Sora, Khan Academy, Algebra Nation, FOCUS, online textbooks, etc.


This is the site used to catalog the media center collections throughout the district.


This site helps with your works cited documentation. It includes formatting for MLA, APA, and Chicago/Turabian citation styles.

Gale Databases

Gale supports today’s students by delivering authoritative, curriculum-aligned content through innovative digital technology designed to improve engagement, encourage collaboration, and foster critical thinking. Use "walton" as the password.

SYNC - Free Audiobooks for Teens

From May to August, SYNC offers weekly FREE audiobook downloads of a teen title paired with a classic/required reading title. (In the off season, new audiobook suggestions are provided.)

Walton County Public Library System

The Walton County Public Library is located in the historic district of DeFuniak Springs and has the distinction of being the oldest continuously operated library in the state of Florida.

WCSD Library Media

WebPath Express

Traditional search engines leave much to be desired when used as an educational search tool. WebPath Express™ is built with student and teacher use in mind. Today’s students expect to be connected with the digital and traditional content resources they need quickly, easily and all at once. WebPath Express is a safe, credible and fun educational search tool for PreK-12 students and teachers.