Kirksey Library Online Catalog
Do you have this book? Where is the book? Answer all these questions and more by using the card catalog. You may search by author, title, keyword and more.
Access ebooks through CLEVER.
Access ebooks through Sebco Ebooks
Contact the librarian for assistance.
Need help finding a new adventure to get lost in? Answer the questions below and we'll send you a list of a few titles we think you (or whomever you answer the questions for) might like!
MAGNOLIA Online Research Databases
The online MAGNOLIA databases are available from school and home. See the Kirksey Librarian for User Name and Password to access MAGNOLIA from home. The research databases can be accessed from the JPS website under Parents & Students, Educational Links, MAGNOLIA or by the MAGNOLIA link below.
What Should I Read Next?
If you, like me, have ever finished a book and thought, "What should I read next?" then the aptly-titled website WhatShouldIReadNext.com is for you. Enter title, author, or ISBN number, and the site analyzes reviews and ratings from other readers and recommends books.
Tell us your Lexile measure and find the books you'd like to read!
Renaissance Accelerated Reader Bookfinder
Searching for books with a corresponding Renaissance Accelerated Reader 360® quiz is easy with Accelerated Reader BookFinder®. Students, teachers, parents, and librarians can search in English or Spanish using criteria such as ATOS book level or a Lexile™ measure, interest level, title, author, fiction/nonfiction, subject, award-winners, state lists, CCSS Exemplars, and more.
- All Science Fair Projects
- Internet Public Library: Science Fair Project Resource Guide
- Science Buddies
- The Science Club
- Internet4Classrooms Science Fair Projects
Teacher Resource Center
The TRC provides teachers with a multitude of resources to assist with classroom projects and to upgrade technological and professional skills. The Center serves Jackson Public School District employees as well as a wide range of the metro area's educational community including surrounding school districts, local colleges and universities, churches, and home school parents. The Center is a self-help facility with support specialists who work to assist patrons with available resources. Supplies are available at a minimal charge.