Library Information


7am to 3:30pm 
(Late-Start Thursdays: 8am to 3:30pm)

Contact Information:

School Phone Number:  303-982-7695
Library Extension:  54149
Voicemail:  303-982-4038

Library Resources:

8,000+ Books and Resource Materials

Online Library Catalog

Fiction and non-fiction books

Reference and e-books for research and projects

JCPL Online subscription databases for research assignments-YOU NEED A JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY CARD TO ACCESS—see Library staff for a free application.

Library Webpage provides 24/7 access to information and research

Electronic edition newspapers:  New York Times & Denver Post

Current popular magazines

26 Library Computers, Computer Lab/Classroom, and student laptops

Book Checkout:

Student ID# needed. Fiction and Nonfiction books are checked out for 2 weeks. 
Reference books are checked out for overnight use. 
Computer/Internet Use:

Your student ID# is needed to use a computer. Computers are checked-in and out at the front desk.

Computers are for educational use.  Please consult the School Handbook about ethical and appropriate use of computers and the internet.

Computer privileges may be revoked for inappropriate use.

Mrs. Livingston, Digital Teacher Librarian
Debbi Murphy, Library Aide
Dottie Peed, Library Aide

Library Services:

The Library is a comfortable place to read, research, and study

Helpful Library Staff will assist you with information and technology needs, recommend books, and help you with projects:  Google Apps, Web 2.0 tools

USB flash drives, poster board, pens, pencils and other school supplies are available for purchase

Student copier- $.10 per copy

Laser printers- free for school work / color printing is available (pricing varies)


Library showcase is available for displaying student work

Works Cited/Bibliography handouts and What is Plagiarism? pamphlets are available at the Info Desk.

Library Policies:

The WRHS Library is the place for 21st century learning.

No food or drink allowed in the library.

Please report all computer problems immediately!

Cite your sources, comply with copyright laws, and follow Internet Safety Guidelines