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Everyone has a story to tell.  What's yours?  Come to the Media Center and share your story for Teen Read Week.  This year's theme is "Unleash Your Story," and we're celebrating with fun activities for you.
  • Check out a fantastic biography or memoir
  • Write a six-word memoir for our story board
  • Create a paper bag journal to save your ideas
Image Citation:  Library. Photograph. Britannica ImageQuest, Encyclopædia Britannica, 25 May 2016. 
quest.eb.com/search/132_1355491/1/132_1355491/cite. Accessed 9 Oct 2017.
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Mrs. Kline and students were actively engaged in research, annotation and citation work this week in the Media Center.
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The WCHS Dream Council teamed with the WCHS Media Center Makerspace to create chew toys for the Animal Welfare League of Kosciusko County.  This hands-on service project provided a productive and fun way for these empathetic students to actively make a positive difference in our community.
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YOLO Juliet by William Shakespeare and Brett Wright

This book is a modern retelling of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" using texts, tweets, emojis, and status posts.  This Shakespeare is fun to read!

Image Citation:  Teenage girl text messaging. Photograph. Britannica ImageQuest, Encyclopædia Britannica, 31 Aug 2017. 
quest.eb.com/search/132_1490281/1/132_1490281/cite. Accessed 4 Oct 2017.
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Everyone was busy creating "Day of the Dead" masks for our October Makerspace!
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  • Media Center Mission

    The Warsaw Community High School Media Center supports the mission of Warsaw Community Schools and the curriculum of Warsaw Community High School. Our program, guided by the American Association of School Librarian's Standards for the 21st Century Learner, seeks to empower students as they grow into life-long learners by providing:
    • instruction in information literacy and learning experiences to help students grow as inquiring critical thinkers, skilled researchers as well as ethical users and communicators of information
    • intellectual, physical and virtual access to a variety of informational materials
    • encouragement to read for personal and aesthetic growth
    • collaboration with teachers to design learning strategies and opportunities to meet the information needs of students within the school curriculum.

    AASL's Standards for the 21st Century Learner 
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