M – Th: 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Fri.: 7:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
*Use Google Chrome*
These websites are a great place to get started. Be creative! Once you have designed something you would like to print – save the file to your network drive.
Find pre-made objects to print in Thingiverse! Make sure you read the notes and comments sections for extra printing tips. No username/passwords needed. Use Google Chrome!
Use 3D shapes to create objects that you can then print. You must make a free account before using the site. However, the teacher can make one account and the whole class can log into that account at the same time.
Gallery of pre-made, customizable objects- https://www.tinkercad.com/things/
- Online converter
Use this website to convert image files to .svg files. This lets you upload the .svg image to TinkerCad to make it a 3D design.
– Make something in Word, use the “Snipping Tool” to take a picture of it, use Online Converter to turn it into a .svg file, and upload to Tinkercad to turn it into a 3D design.
– Draw something on paper, take a picture of it, use Online Converter to turn it into a .svg file, and upload to Tinkercad to turn it into a 3D design.
- World Book Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos: Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos offers World Book’s content in Spanish. It includes a Spanish visual dictionary, bilingual features, resources for people, places, science, mathematics, world religions, plants & animals, history & government, the arts, and sports & recreation.
- Mango Languages: Login with wjcc plus the student id number. Students can create accounts and track progress or randomly. Over 44 languages are available. Special resources include movies that allow students to engage with dialogue, grammar, etc., as well as specialized modules, including texting in Spanish and Romance in French.
- Spanish Language Books via the Library: There are over 800 spanish language books available from other WJCC schools. To find them, access the Online Catalog link use the search terms “spanish language” and under location, choose Williamsburg-James City County Schools. You may request any book in the district, just see your librarians.
- Poetry Foundation
- Poets.org *when searching, use the narrower terms within a type of poetry for best results
- Library of Congress: Poetry and Literature
- Modern American Poetry website
- Poetry 180
- Writer’s Almanac
- Contemporary Poets – ebook
- Elements of Poetry
Online Poetry Generators
Animoto: Free accounts make 60 second videos. Librarians can make you an educational account with premium features.
- Go to http://www.storyboardthat.com/classroom
- Click on Office365 and log in
- Accept the terms and conditions
- School/Teacher Name: jamestownhs
- Access Key: jhseagles
- Recommended: Record your login information
Prezi: Create free public account. Templates available or create your own. Add images, video, etc. Share via link, download as pdf or prezi portable file.
- Online Practice Driving Tests Through a partnership with Driving-Tests.org, a company dedicated to driver safety and education, students at Jamestown High School can access free Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) practice tests.
- Databases through the Williamsburg Regional Library
All WJCC students now have access to more than 50 databases available online through the Williamsburg Regional Library (WRL). No library card is needed. When prompted to enter a library card barcode number at any of the databases, enter “wjcc” followed immediately by your school id number. Example: wjcc10000111. If you do not know your school id it is listed on your StudentVue under Student Info. You may also get it from Library staff.
- Office 365 login information. Your new login will be first initial, last initial and the last five digits of your student number. Example: ad10056. Your username is followed by @student.wjccschools.org. Example: gro.s1566381791loohc1566381791sccjw1566381791.tned1566381791uts@615663817915001d1566381791a1566381791. Your password is your network password, either student id or the password you created when you created your new network account this year.
- College Prep Center: Online Practice PSAT, ACT, SAT & AP Tests and Tutorials (No library card needed to register)
- Digital Citizenship/Common Sense Media Assessment
Copyright-Free Audio Resources:
Copyright-Free Image Resources (check each website for terms):
Online Newspapers and Magazines
- Scientific American
- Science News for Students
- Newsweek: Science
- Time Magazine: Science
- The Atlantic: Science
- Discover Magazine
- Earth Magazine
- New Scientist
- New York Times: Science
- Popular Science
- Science Illustrated
- Science News
- Science Magazine
Frequently Asked Questions
You can visit the library before school (we open at 7:00), during classes (on a pass issued by a teacher), during all lunches, and after school (M-T, we are open until 3:30).
We can help! Just give us your last name, first initial, and your year of graduation, and we’ll be glad to reset it for you.
- You can use our online catalog
- You can ask one of the librarians for help!
- You can check out up to 4 books. Textbooks do not count.
- To check out a book, simply bring the book to the circulation desk and give us your name. You can check out a book for a two week period.
- Yes! We have Ti 83 calculators, flipcameras, digital cameras, flash drives, and headphones available for student check out.
- You can check out equipment on an overnight basis.
- Remember, you are responsible for the equipment — if it is lost or damaged, you must pay for the replacement of the equipment!
No, but you are welcome to come to the library after you have finished eating. You will need a lunch pass.
If you will be riding the activity bus home, you will need to go to 5th Block to wait. You will receive a bus pass from the 5th Block monitor.
No; however, we do have scanners to scan pages from books and documents that are school-related. See one of the librarians for help.
If you are printing something for a class, it is free. Please let us know if it will be more than three pages, and try to cut and paste from web documents to avoid printing unneeded images and ads.