#LOVEYOURLIBRARY this summer

Join our effort to support public libraries this summer with a WHS Summer Reading Passport. Each time you visit a library–whether around the corner or across the world–have a librarian “stamp” your passport with his or her initials and location. Share your library adventures with us via social media using #RAIDERSREAD, and bring your passport to […]

Bring on the books…

Our 4th annual Beach Book Giveaway is finally here! We hope you’ll drop in to peruse this year’s collection of nearly 1,500 free books to take home and read this summer. From fiction to biography, we’ve got all of your reading interests covered. Thanks to our generous community for making this event possible–we love seeing our students smile […]

A picture is a poem…

“A picture is a poem without words.” -Horace As we celebrate art and poetry this month, we’d like to extend a big thank you to Ms. Petka and her amazing students for letting us display their creations in the media center this year.  Their incredible work inspires us and brightens each day.

April is National Poetry Month

Join us in celebrating National Poetry Month with a post-it note poem. Place your entry on one of the display boards in the media center and we’ll enter your name in a prize drawing for free posters, books, and more! #nationalpoetrymonth #postitnotepoetry

Library Link: Issue 8

Don’t miss our eighth issue of the Library Link newsletter, featuring three apps for streamlining the classroom paper flow, a new book by law professor Ganesh Sitaraman (WHS class of ’00), and a Stanford study that shocked researchers. Click here to enjoy the full newsletter with functional hyperlinks. And don’t forget you can access all of our previously published Library […]

Vote now for the 2016-2017 Peach Book Awards

Click here to vote for your favorite 2016-2017 Peach Book nominees. The Georgia Peach Book Award works to promote reading and literacy skills in teens. Each year, a committee of school and public librarians reads widely to choose a list of twenty nominated titles. Then young adults choose books from among that list to read […]