Well known author Mike Lupica visited our library on Wednesday, September 11th. The visit was to not only promote his newest fiction read Strike Zone, but also to speak to students about sports, writing and life!
Special thanks to Karen Schumann at RJ Julia Booksellers of Madison for coordinating this event!
 

He is one of the most prominent sports writers in America and a syndicated columnist for the New York Daily News and also has his own podcast.

    

 

    

 

 

Library Calendar

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Morning Video Annoucements

 

Fill out the google form to have your am announcements seen and heard on our  "Daily Knight" Video Announcements

"Daily Knight" Form

Link for video announcements

Faculty/Staff forms

This area you will find forms to complete if you need assistance within your classroom or library.

New Book(s) Request

Class visit to LMC

Librarian visit to your classroom

Video help 

Thingalong.org

Student forms

Students, this area is for you to submit forms with book suggestions and book reviews

New Book Suggestion

Book Review 

Uconn ECE Student Information

   

Westbrook High School instructors and students who participate in UConn Early College Experience (UConn ECE) have full academic access to the University of Connecticut.  These modules were created by the UConn Homer Babbidge Library (http://lib.uconn.edu/) exclusively for UConn ECE instructors and students. For additional help, please see the Ms. G

 To access Uconn Libraries click link below:
Uconn Libraries

Early College Experience Guide

ECE Module - Conducting a Simple Search

http://learningmodules.lib.uconn.edu/search/story.html

ECE Module - What is a Database?

http://learningmodules.lib.uconn.edu/databases/story.html

ECE Module - Getting the Article

http://learningmodules.lib.uconn.edu/article/story.html

ECE Module - Finding a Book

http://learningmodules.lib.uconn.edu/book/story.html  

 Research Now! New to ECE courses!  

 

 

Westbrook Public Library

 

  

Westbrook Public Library
Looking for a book we may not have? Try the public library; Mr. Daniels and his staff are a great resource!