Library Media Center
Welcome to the Library Media Center. We're thankful for this bright and cheerful space equipped with more than 18,000 volumes, projection screen, SmartBoard, ten computer carrels, and a mobile computer lab to assist in classroom research projects. Our staff stands ready to assist students in finding the latest must-read book or providing direction for a research project. Follow this link to visit our LMC photo scrapbook
Mrs. Jennifer Brown, Library Media Specialist, is assisted by Mrs. Jennifer Pierson. Visit Mrs. Brown's Blog.
What happened at last fall's Summer Reading Fiesta? Follow this link to see the gallery of photos!
Read the latest LMC Newsletter here >
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Library Mission Statement:
The WCGS Library Media Center program exists to provide students with literature that supports the WCGS mission and curriculum, challenges students to develop and engage their Christian worldview, and encourages and fosters a lifelong love of reading and ongoing discernment as a follower of Christ.
K-5: All students in the elementary grades visit the library once per week. In addition to checking out books, students learn library skills, information literacy skills, and hear read-aloud stories.Events:
6-8: Middle school students may visit the library on their own or for information literacy lessons to accompany classroom curriculum.
We hold a Book Fair in November, a Used Book Exchange in May, and a Summer Reading Program from June through August.Hours
Book check-out and AR (during school year):
(closed on Wednesdays from 11:22-11:45 for Connect Group)
Special Reading Programs:
K-2, Monarch Award. Early elementary students will participate in the Illinois Monarch Children's Choice Award by listening to nominated books during their visits to the library, and voting on their favorite book in February. Follow the link to review this year's nominated books.
3-5, Accelerated Reader. Upper elementary students use the Accelerated Reader program to monitor reading progress on their independent reading. Visit our Accelerated Reader page .
4-5, Battle of the Books. This is an exceptional co-curricular opportunity for students who love to read. Our team has had a very successful history in this Wheaton Public Library sponsored event. Review this year's reading list at the WPL site, or contact Mrs. Joanne King (ext. 275) for more details. This year we are also participating in the Jr. High Battle of the Books.
6-8, The 100 Club. Students have an opportunity to participate in the 100 Club Reading Program by reading from a list of 100+ great books and participating in related events and contests. Visit the 100 Club Page here.
Policies for checking out books? Follow this link!
Birthday Books and Library Donations: read more about these opportunities to assist our school.