Media Center Reading Programs

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We encourage you to read! You have so many options for entertainment, so it's important to remind you to spend time reading for pleasure; it's free, fun, and can be done anywhere! We have three programs that will help you explore books from a variety of genres.


5 in 5 at 7:25

The Media Center has book talks on the first Wednesday of each month. The program is called 5 in 5 at 7:25. It consists of five fast presentations for students to listen to about five books from a variety of genres. It happens in the Media Center at 7:25 a.m. before school starts. You will be on your way to class at 7:30 a.m. with new ideas about good books to read. Join us!


Rosewater Indiana High School Book Award

WCHS participates in the Indiana Library Federation's Eliot Rosewater Book Award Program. The book list and books are displayed in the Media Center. Read one of the nominated books and you will then be eligible to rate it.  The ratings are sent to Indianapolis in April and complied with ratings from all over the state to decide which book will be the winner.  Read one or read them all!

Book It! @ the Media Center

Join us on the last Wednesday of the month for Book It! @ the Media Center.  Get a pass from Ms. Beck in the Media Center, bring your lunch from home or the cafeteria, and meet us in the Media Center during your lunch period.  We will participate in book sharing, book talks and fun!  Discover the world of reading and Book It! @ the Media Center!

  • 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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