Wheeler High School Library

The Wheeler High School Library holdings include over 15,000 fiction, non-fiction, and reference books and forty print periodical subscriptions. Over seventy networked computers offer electronic access to over twenty reference databases; multiple encyclopedias; and thousands of magazines, newspapers, and scholarly journals.

In April 2005, the Wheeler Library was named the Georgia Exemplary High School Library.

Hours
Weekdays, 
7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Staff

  • Ms. Valerie Bryan
    Teacher-Librarian
  • Ms.ReneeTehrani                                                                                                                                        Teacher-Librarian
  • Jackie Escott, Media Clerk

 

 

 

 

Visit the library homepage at:
www.wheelerlibrary.com

Library Policies

Use of the Library
Students are encouraged to use the library before and after school for research and individual study. Passes are required for students to use the library during class periods. Students who wish to use the library during their lunch period are required to have a pass from their 3rd period teacher

Use of Computers
Library computers are provided for school assignments. Individual students may use the computers any time during library hours, except when they are reserved for use by a class. All patrons must abide by the school district's policies and regulations regarding the use of technology:

Circulation Policies
Students may check out books for a three-week period. Checkouts may be renewed as needed. Reference books may be checked out at the end of the school day for overnight use and must be returned before the start of the next school day. Magazines must be used in the library.

Fines
Fines will be charged for overdue books ($.10 per day for regular books, $.50 per day for reference books). Students are responsible for lost or damaged materials. Students may not check out additional items until all overdue materials are cleared.