Issuance of Textbooks

  • All books will be barcoded and circulated through the Olympia High School Media Center using the management software, Destiny. Destiny has been implemented throughout Orange County Public Schools and tracks student textbook information.
  • Textbooks are issued to students. Students must have an Olympia identification card to check out textbooks. Students may log in to their Destiny accounts through Launchpad.
  • At the end of the class term/year, each textbook will be scanned as it is returned to the Media Center. Students should double-check their record to make sure the textbooks returned was assigned to the correct person.
  • The textbook tracking system will provide the obligation list.
  • Fines will be issued for damage textbooks depending on the severity. Students should report textbook damage immediately. Students who have misplaced their textbook may ask Media Center staff or log into their Destiny account to see if it has been returned; otherwise the student is responsible monetarily for the loss of the textbook. The Olympia barcode on the front of the textbook is unique and it must be recognizable at the time of return. If NO BARCODE IS VISIBLE, the student will be assessed the replacement value of the textbook.
  • Students SHOULD NOT leave assigned textbooks in classrooms.
  • Students SHOULD NOT return assigned textbooks to anyone but Media Center staff.



Students are expected to meet financial obligations to the school for such items as lost textbooks, uniforms, fundraiser items, etc. Students must meet their current obligations before they will be allowed to purchase parking permits, yearbooks, tickets to special events, participate in graduation ceremonies, etc. Obligation lists are maintained in the Media Center.

According to Florida Statue, Chapter 1006.42:

"Each parent of a student is liable for any loss or destruction of, or unnecessary damage to, the instructional materials or for failure of the student to return the instructional materials, and shall pay for such loss, destruction, or unnecessary damage as provided by law."

"The failure to collect such sum by the principal may result in the suspension of the student from participation in extracurricular activities."

Textbook Contact: Media Specialist – Joy Harrigan