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🦅 Memorial High School Library: About

 About Memorial High School Library

Our Library

The Memorial High School library is a hub of student activity. Our library offers:

  • Thousands of print books, ebooks, and audiobooks for students' information needs and reading enjoyment
  • Subscription research databases
  • Newspapers and magazines - both print and online
  • Reading recommendations in the form of displays and lists
  • Individual study spots and tables
  • Collaboration stations with large monitors
  • Conference rooms for audio/video recording
  • Charging stations for personal devices
  • 3D printers
  • Laptop support
  • Color printer
  • Opportunities for students to work as a library assistant or to be a part of our Student Advisory Board
  • Board games, puzzles, and low-tech maker activities
  • Special events and programs, like visiting authors, Battle of the Books, BYOD gaming club, Project LIT book club and more

Library Media Mission

We believe that library media programs are essential to 21st century life skills; therefore, our mission is to:

  • Promote a love of reading
  • Ensure all students feel safe, welcomed, included, valued, represented, and supported in our library collections and through our instructional practices
  • Connect learners with ideas and information
  • Teach information technologies and digital citizenship
  • Prepare students for life-long learning and informed decision-making
  • Participate as active partners in the teaching/learning process
  • Provide leadership in the total education program

What We Do

The library provides print and online materials for all curriculum taught at Memorial High School. We teach and support students and staff in reading engagement, research and inquiry, digital citizenship, media literacy, and instructional technology.

Our library/media/technology program at Memorial follows the Wisconsin Standards for Information and Technology Literacy and is part of Wisconsin's Digital Learning Plan, which is based on the Future Ready Framework.

Future Ready Libraries

Library Staff

Mrs. Wojahn

Media & Tech Integration Specialist | 715-852-6309


Mrs. Novak

Instructional Media & Tech Clerk
715-852-6430 (library desk)


Student Library Assistants

Map of the Library

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