Library Mission Statement: To insure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information by providing access to a multitude of materials in a variety of formats.
- To provide a learning environment that promotes literacy by providing the materials for the instruction of the individual student or groups of students
- To provide leadership, collaboration and assistance to teachers
- To maintain a library collection that supports the curriculum with a variety of print and non-print resources that meets the needs/interests of all students
- Library Hours: 7:05am – 2:40pm Mon-Fri
- Books are checked out for a two week period.
- Students may check out 2 books at a time.
- Books may be renewed one time. Have the book with you to renew it.
- Overdue fines – $.10 cents per day per book
- Students with fines or over dues may not continue to check out books until fines are paid.
- Lost books will be charged full price.
- Damaged/lost barcode costs $2.00.
- Always have your planner with you!!
- Visit the library as often as you would like or need with your teacher’s permission.
- Sign the AUP form
- Use your county login username.
- Use the county generated password.
- Abide by the WCS internet board policies.
- Used only for school work. No surfing the internet or email.
- Misuse of this privilege can result in disabling of your account.
Library Behavior Guide:
- Use those great quiet voices.
- Show respect at all times.
- NO GUM or candy in Library.
- Take proper care of school property.
- Walk at all times.
- Follow all school rules.
- Be a great CITIZEN!!
2017 Poetry Contest Results!
1st place (tie): Erin King (“Dolls”) and Mackenzie White (“The War That Took My Life”)
2nd place (tie): Daphna Eldar (“A Thousand Years”) and Ana King (“No”)
3rd place: Luke Gill (“Sonnet 19”)
The following are the winners of the “Guess the Reader” contest:
6th grade (tied): Josh Carroll & Phil Santoro
7th grade: Ashlyn Garner
8th grade: Kierstin Crow