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Number of students served last week: 856


4519 Lincoln Avenue
Two Rivers, WI 54241

Hours:   Monday - Friday 7:15 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.

Library Media Specialist:   Ms. Deana Collins
Library AssistantMs. Jane Robinson

Download a free copy of Cory Doctorow's Little Brother and William Ritter's The Map: a Jackaby Story

Kindle Fires are available for check out!

Do you need to research using the web? Do you want to read an ebook?

The ebooks can be read online, downloaded to a computer, or read on an electronic device. Just click on the TRHS Online Catalog link at the top of this page. After Alexandria Researcher opens up, type in electronic books in the search box and click on subject search. After that, click on the link that says "click here to read this ebook". The other ways are to click on the Follett Shelf ebooks link or MackinVia ebooks link at the top of this page.

Public Domain Ebook Download Request Form

Please stop in to learn how to download ebooks, and audio books from the Wisconsin Public Library Consortium.

Have you read a good book but don't know what to read next?
Click here to find out what the next book in a series is?

Watch a video on what 21st Century Library Media Centers are all about today.

Mission Statement

Students and staff will become effective, efficient, and responsible users of ideas and information in the 21 st Century in order to learn, work, and live in a digital, knowledge-based global society.  The Library Media Center will foster authentic learning and assessment within and beyond the curriculum by providing access in all formats, providing instruction to create a lifelong interest in viewing and reading, and to help design learning strategies with other educators.
Wisconsin's Model Academic Standards for Information and Technology Literacy

Importance of School Libraries

"Over 60 studies have shown clear evidence of the connection between student achievement and the presence of school libraries with qualified library media specialists."
"Library Media Specialists work and partner with teachers to change what is possible in the classroom and support learning opportunities with books, computer resources, and more."
"School libraries have become "school library media centers" with computer resources that enable children to engage meaningfully with a wide variety of information."
" Research has shown that school libraries have the tools to inspire literacy in learners of all ages."
"Research has shown that school libraries staffed by qualified library media specialists are needed to have a positive impact on student academic achievement."
Adapted from U.S. National Commission on Libraries and Information Science. Pg. 4-5. Scholastic Publishing.
For more information go to School Libraries Work
2006 Wisconsin study: Student Learning Through Wisconsin School Library Media Centers
The Library of Michigan, MAME, ISDs, WSU, REMCs, the MDE and others collaborated to create a video about the value of having certified library media specialists in schools.

Library Rules and Policies

The Library Media Center follows the rules of behavior outlined in the TRHS Student Handbook .
Contact the TRHS Library Media Center

Last updated 12/1/16

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