MEDIA CENTER/LIBRARY HOURS
Monday - Friday 6:45 AM to 4:00 PM
Our library is the energized place to collaborate, create, and communicate. We are a library, a classroom, and a meeting place. We are here for you!
Read for the FUN OF IT!
Why is it important to read? For many reasons! 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! Research shows that teens who read for fun have better test scores and are more likely to succeed in the workforce.
Hallway Book Display
READ - May The Books Be With You
Eliot Rosewater High School Book Award Books 2016-2017
2014 ALA's Outstanding Books for the College Bound & Lifelong Learners
Reading Programs @ the Library
5 in 5 at 7:25 Book Talk Program
Everyone is invited to join us for our next 5 quick book talks (they are like mini-commercials) on Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 7:25 a.m. in the library. No work required. Just come listen and learn about 5 good books you may want to read. Pick up a bookmark. Maybe even check out a book!
Eliot Rosewater Book Award Program
Warsaw Community High School participates in the Indiana Library Federation's Eliot Rosewater Book Award Program.
Read just one of the nominated books and you are eligible to rate each book. Rate each book as you read them. We will collect the ratings and send them to Indianapolis where all the ratings by high school students will be tallied.
Book It @ the Library
Join us on the last Wednesday of the month forBook It @ the Library. No work required! Bring your bag lunch or one from the cafeteria and meet us in the library during your lunch period. We will participate in book sharing, book talks, programs and fun! Discover the world of reading and Book It @ the Library!
The next meeting will be August 31, 2016. We are looking for people for all three lunch shifts. Join us! It's fun!
DOES THE MEDIA CENTER/LIBRARY HAVE ANY GOOD BOOKS TO READ?
Yes, our Media Center/Library has a wide variety of book lists and books of recommended reading available for everyone. The book lists are available in the Media Center/Library.
HOW DO I ACCESS THE DATABASES AWAY FROM SCHOOL?
Be prepared be for you leave school. Visit the library and pick up a copy of the 'How to Access Databases at Home' sheet. They are available at the Circulation Desk. It will provide you with the information you need.
HOW DO I CITE SOURCES?
MLA citations have changed this school year. Visit the Online Writing Lab at Purdue for the latest updates and information.