WELCOME TO THE RANDOLPH LIBRARY
From home there are many resources Randolph families can access, including eBooks, digital audiobooks, websites, databases, and more:
You do not need to log in to browse the catalog. To check out eBooks and digital audiobooks, you need to:
- Click Log In.
- Click blue bar and then login with username: your student ID (lunch number) and password: your 6 digit number.
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You can click the above link for MackinVIA or use the MackinVIA app on your tablet or phone.
To login follow these steps:
- Click Sign In..
- Enter school name: Randolph Elementary.
- Click RANDOLPH ELEMENTARY, ARLINGTON, VA.
- Click login.
- Click blue bar, APS My Access.
- Enter username: your APS student ID (lunch number) and password: your 6 digit APS assigned password.
- Click GO.
If you do not know your username and password, at the MackinVIA screen:
- Leave the school name blank.
- Type in randolph for the username and library for the password.
***You can access all APS databases using the MackinVIA app on your iPad or go to MackinVIA.com
Here are additional book and educational resources for you to enjoy!
Library Mission Statement
The Randolph Library is the heart of the school and provides a wide range of materials that reflect differing points of view, varying levels of difficulty and formats to meet the needs of students and staff and the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme. The library program provides learning experiences that encourage students to become lifelong learners and global citizens through inquiry.
Carolyn Fleming, Librarian
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Carolyn Fleming is the librarian at Randolph Elementary. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Richmond and a Masters degree in Library Science from the University of Missouri.
She loves cooking, yoga, travel, and of course reading!
Toby Peabody, Library Assistant
Toby Peabody is an assistant librarian at Randolph Elementary School. She attended the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and received her Masters of Library Science degree from North Carolina Central University. In her free time she likes to travel, read, spend time with her family, and play with her dog, Ariene.