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Welcome to the Wyoming Public Schools Media Center portal.  Within each building's page(s), you will find information and resources that are customized for the staff and students in that location.

Wyoming Public Schools Media Centers will empower students to be critical thinkers, problem solvers, self-directed learners,

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enthusiastic readers,

skillfull researchers, and ethical users and creators of information through direct instruction to students, collaboration with staff, and a media program that provides a variety of programs, services, and quality resources.

Learners will use skills, resources, and tools to:

  • Inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge

  • Apply knowledge in unique, creative, and productive ways

  • Participate ethically and productively in an information rich world

  • Pursue personal and aesthetic growth


Jennifer Weenum, Media Teacher

Jolanda Nederveld, Media Teacher

Holly Wedge, Media Teacher

Laurie Muntter, Media Teacher

Pamela Morell, Media Specialist

Melissa Schneider, Media Specialist

My current role is as the Media Specialist/Technology
Liaison for both WHS and WJHS. I have spent the last 20+ years as a HS English teacher, schoolibrarian/media specialist, and technology integrationist. Throughout these years, my passion for books has grown, while at the same time my inner-technology junkie has evolved. Sharing these interests with the students and staff members of WPS is my primary focus, and I also publish teaching tips, tools, and reflections on my Hey, Mrs. Library Lady! blog
Tosha Cross, Media Paraprofessional

  • To view the links in any of the posts below, simply click on the title to view the full post.
    Happy Reading!

  • Take your data with you when you leave WPS... If you're graduating, moving, or simply leaving WPS, you can take your Google data with you. Just follow the instructions found HERE for simple steps.
    Posted May 17, 2017, 7:44 AM by Melissa Schneider
  • Spotting Fake's not always easy! In today's Information Age (or what many like to call the Information Overload Age) one of the biggest barriers to building knowledge is lacking the ability to dig through the millions of websites, blogs, twitter feets, etc. that are accessible every moment. Jennifer LaGarde, also known as LibraryGirl, has created this great infographic that highlights some tips for spotting fake news.School Librarians and Media Specialists have been teaching these four concepts to students for years, but recent media coverage has highlighted the struggles that many people face when evaluating online information. Our challenge is to make sure today's students have the skills to be informed online information seekers!Click here for a full size 11x17 pdf ...
    Posted Jan 31, 2017, 5:55 AM by Melissa Schneider
  • Teens Top Ten List is out! Each year, the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) hosts the Teens' Top Ten list. This is an opportunity for teens all over the US to vote for their favorite books from the previous year. This year's list can be seen below:Alive by Chandler BakerAll the Bright Places by Jennifer NivenThe Game of Love and Death by Martha BrockenbroughSix of Crows by Leigh BardugoEverything, Everything by Nicola YoonEvery Last Word by Tamara Ireland StoneThe Novice: Summoner, book one by Taran MatharuIlluminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay KristoffWhen by Victoria LaurieSuicide Notes from Beautiful Girls by Lynn WeingartenClick HERE for an annotated list of the honorees.Happy Reading! #wpswolvesread
    Posted Oct 18, 2016, 5:35 AM by Melissa Schneider
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