Tiffany CannonLibrarian
Lois WineLibrarian
Amy BakerMedia Assistant

Library Hours

M – Th: 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Fri.: 7:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Bitmoji classroom of the library staff in 2021

Your Library Media Center is here to help you!

Feel free to contact us for any research needs, off-site database passwords, or assistance with finding any resources that can help you during this time, whether for school or just entertainment.  And of course, if you need some good book recommendations, we would love to help!  Just complete the Ask a Librarian Form below and we will get back to you.

Take care!

80 New eBooks Have Arrived!

Access eBooks from WHS Library Destiny Catalog

Check out the ebooks from Destiny

How to Check Out an eBook


Below is a list of free audiobooks and eBooks that students can access while school is out for the Coronavirus

  • TinkerCad
    Use 3D shapes to create objects that you can then print! Save your creation as a .STL file.  Once it’s saved, we can upload it to our 3D printer.
  • Online converter
    Use this website to convert image files to svg files. This lets you upload the svg image to TinkerCad to make it 3D.
  • Thingiverse
    Find pre-made objects to print in Thingiverse. Make sure you read the notes and comments before printing. There may be printing tips or additional settings needed. Please note these in your folder with the file before printing. No username/passwords needed.

Saving Files for Printing

Go to the WHS library home page.

Click on “3D Printing Files”

Log into your Office 365 Account

Create a folder with your name

Save your object as an .stl file and place it in the folder you created.

BEFORE you copy and paste words, images, or logos, check copyright information from the U.S. Copyright office.

Find out what they have to say about Fair Usage or check the copyright guidelines published by:

Our mission is to help students become effective users of information, develop a love of reading, and become life-long learners. Our philosophy is to provide access to a dynamic and relevant collection of resources that supports the curriculum at Warhill High School.


  • Individual students need a pass to use the Media Center, except before or after school. Students must sign in and sign out when they enter and exit the Media Center.
  • Students may check out books and magazines for three weeks (no fines are charged). Items may be renewed or placed on hold.
  • Students are responsible for lost book charges.
  • Media Center computers should be used for class work only.
  • All students must sign the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) before using the computers.