Orland Unified School District

Vision Statement

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Bookworm wearing red glasses and holding a green bookThe Orland Unified School District's Media Centers will provide better accessibility to their collections in order to meet the curriculum needs of each individual school. This accessibility will improve each school's curriculum by providing a greater range of materials for all levels of students.  
Each individual media center collection will reflect the school's curriculum. Information literacy will be articulated through the grade levels in an age-appropriate manner. Information literacy is defined as the ability to access, process and synthesize retrieved information from a variety of print and non-print sources.

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All our school libraries now have OPAC - Online Public Access Catalog - which performs like the card catalogs of old. All library books and materials are accessible online through each school's website. You may search for books by author, title and subject — and limit those that are shown to the appropriate reading level.
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OPAC can be accessed only from a computer connected to the district network; it does not work from other locations. If you are connected to the district network, click a link below to view the OPAC library catalog at that school
  • Mill Street Elementary (K-2)
  • Fairview Elementary (3-5)
  • C.K. Price Intermediate (6-8)
  • Orland High School (9-12)
  • North Valley Continuation High