Remote Library Google Classroom
Students, if you have not already done so, please join our Library Google Classroom for more library information and news pertaining to out library. The Remote Library Code is qae57pt
As you are aware, our library is not currently available to visit. I have created documents, such as the one below this for you to obtain and return books and schedule times to meet with me.
Email me for any questions! I am happy to help
Obtaining & Returning Library Books
Please click this link for new information on Obtaining & Returning Library Books
The Remote Library
A Google Classroom has been created for students and teachers to view library information, resources, ebook information, etc. Please join The Remote Library classroom for all things library!
Destiny Library Catalog
Connecticut's Research Engine
When accessing this site from home, in order to conduct research, you will need to enter your library card. Your Westbrook Public Library card number is what you will need to enter. From school, any educational setting, such as the public library, you can access ResearchIT CT without your library card. Databases on all disciplines are housed at ResearchIT CT-see Ms. G for any assistance
Teen Health & Wellness provides students with nonjudgmental, straightforward, curricular and self-help support, aligned to state, national, and provincial standards. Topics include diseases, drugs and alcohol, nutrition, mental health, suicide and bullying, green living, LGBTQ issues, and more.
To access here is the username and password
Citing Your Sources
Looking for your next good read?
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!
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:
ECE Module - Conducting a Simple Search
ECE Module - What is a Database?
ECE Module - Getting the Article
ECE Module - Finding a Book
Morning Video Annoucements
All resources related to the morning announcements have been relocated here: Daily Knight Page
Traveling Mural Project
The Traveling Mural project began in 2018. Last year, over 150 schools from around the country were involved. This year, we decided to join!
Westbrook High School was a part of group 35(there were 38 groups)
With the help of Ms. Hourihan and her art students, we created this mural. We had students and staff sign our mural with our SPIRIT Motto. Once all students and staff signed our mural Ms. Hourihan cut the mural and we sent it to the 9 schools part of our group. The schools in our group were from Texas, Hawaii, Canada, New Jersey, Missouri, Kansas and Maryland. Pictured below (left) is our completed mural (right) is the Traveling Mural.
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.
Welcome to the Greatest Resource on Earth!
Library Media Specialist
Video Production Instructor
For additional time before or after school, please email or see Ms. G
2019-20 STUDY HALL-new
In order to visit the LMC, student(s) will be required to see Ms. G during the school day to secure a library pass to visit.
You are to show that pass to your study hall teacher, so that they can mark you down for attendance.
If you are not conducting the work you stated you would to be doing while visiting the library, you will be directed to go back to study hall.
Inappropriate behavior is not acceptable and students will be asked to return to the study hall classroom.
The mission of the Westbrook Library School Library is to be a center open to all where students and staff create a unique collaborative community of literacy that educates, challenges, and inspires. Such a media center lies at the hub and heart of the school in a way that helps students experience the excitement to be discovered in their studies. It is a place where students can become lifelong learners and develop the knowledge, talent and commitment that can lead to lives as dynamic individuals in the community.