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     Media Center Curbside Library Pickup for Distance Learners

    Curbside Pickup We are pleased to offer curbside library material pickup for our Distance Learners! If you wish to check out materials from the MWHS Media Center, we would be happy to pull these for you and deliver to your car on Thursdays between 11:00am - 2:30pm. Please follow the simple 5-step process below to place a hold on and retrieve your materials. Holds can also be left at the Distance Learning Pick-Up table if you choose.  Just respond to the "Your Hold is Ready" email with this preference!

    Reference the How to Place a Hold video for information on choosing your materials and placing them on hold. 

    Pickup location is the North Entrance (bottom entrance with the White Hawks) by the red benches. Look for the Curbside Pickup sign.  

    MWHS Media Center 20-21

    About MWHS Media Center

    The Mound Westonka Media Center supports approximately 1,000 students in grades 8-12 with 1:1 technology support, an evergrowing book collection, research and project materials and flexible work and study areas.

    The MWHS Media Center includes a main area with many collaborative areas, a Makerspace, reading nooks, group work tables, Chromebook charging stations and lots of natural lighting. The Studio, a presentation and creation room, connects to the main area.

MWHS Media Center
  • Media Specialist: Anitra Trapp

    Media Assistant: Erin Heier


    Hybrid Learning Regular Hours Monday - Thursday 7:30am - 3:15pm; Friday  - Closed 

    Curbside Service Thursday 11:00am - 2:30pm


     

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Ms. Trapp Recommends

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Darius the Great Is Not Okay
Heartstopper: Volume One
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Scythe
Shout
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  • Westonka Public School Library Media Centers Mission Statement

    Westonka Library Logo Westonka Public School Library Media Centers are an integral part of the total educational program. Collaboratively, efforts are made to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information. Each Library Media Center provides a setting to assist all learners in becoming readers and listeners of various types of literature, locators, evaluators and users of information and ideas and critical thinkers able to satisfy their own curiosity.