Student 3D printing

Exciting news!  Euclid Middle School has a Lulzbot Mini 2 3D printer in the Library.  Are you creating a volcano for science class? A topographical map for geography?  Do you want to create your own chess pieces or design your own keychain? The Library can help turn your ideas into reality.  Every Euclid Middle School student can print a 3D object for FREE. Bring your ideas to life! 
How do I participate?
Go to Tinkercad to build your design.
Export your design as an .stl file.
Open the Google Form and submit your design.  Designs will be printed in the order they are received.
Check in the Library to see if your print is ready for pick-up


You can print one object a week. 

Objects should be original student designs (not downloads from online).


Media Center Staff

Nancy Wentz

Kerri Gillett

Library Hours: 
3:55 pm - 5:15 pm Monday - Thursday
Library is not open after school on Friday.
The Euclid Middle School Library and Media Center provides students with a wide range of resources for research and recreational reading, covering a wide spectrum of abilities and interests.
Multiple classes visit the Media Center daily to research information on a variety of subjects used for classroom assignments.
The Media Center is also a popular place for students to relax while reading a book or magazine, complete homework, research and develop projects.

Young Adult Library Services Association
YALSA’s mission is to advocate, promote and strengthen library service to teens, ages 12-18. Click the logo for a teen reading guide.



Euclid Library Catalog

Destiny is the library catalog system which allows students and staff members to search for library materials, review their library account and to make book requests from Euclid’s Library. Note: In order to access your account, you will need to log in with your Google login.


EBSCO Research Database from home 
Euclid Middle School subscribes to the EBSCO Information Services, an online research database.