Welcome to the Wallkill Senior High School Library Media Center!
The Walkill High School Library program exists to support students, faculty, administration, and staff by providing a wide array of information on all topics through a variety of mediums. The library program encourages all students to be independent researchers, critical thinkers, to explore both subjects across the curriculum and their personal interests, and to gain useful and necessary knowledge applicable to life after their high school career. All students should feel comfortable and confident using the library. All students will have equal access to knowledge, and see both sides of an issue presented. The library fosters communication and collaboration in an environment where learning takes place in small groups, individual study, and whole class instruction.
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Admiral William H. McRaven's book is one every high school student should take the time to read. His advice is straightforward and interspersed with accounts from his own experience in the military. Brief anecdotes are brought full circl...
Author Barbara Dee presents a realistic account of a situation that students face all too often, that of how to deal with unwanted attention from peers. Seventh grade student Mila must not only deal with physical and verbal encounters th...
Ms. Werlau, WSHS Library Media Specialist
Ms. Ley, WSHS Library Clerk