Welcome to the Mrs. Wunderlin's Library




IN CASE YOU HAVEN'T HEARD, I HAVE RETIRED FROM FULL TIME!
I AM LEAVING THIS WEBSITE OPEN BECAUSE I KNOW MANY OF YOU STILL USE THE RESOURCES.

I AM SURE THAT IT WILL STILL GROW AS I INCORPORATE RESOURCES FOR MY NEW ADVENTURES, FOR EXAMPLE I AM ADDING A GENEOLOGY PAGE TODAY THAT YOU MAY WANT TO CHECK OUT :-)

ENJOY, AND KEEP LEARNING!








THINK ABOUT THIS: If you make something available on the Web, you can never be sure it will ever be 100 percent gone, even if you work

 Free Voki from Voki.com

HAVE SOMETHING I SHOULD CHANGE OR ADD TO THIS SITE? PLEASE EMAIL ME AT lwunderlin@eacs.k12.in.us

 
We all have obstacles that we need to overcome. If she can do it, so can we. 

Helen Keller June 27, 1880 - June 1, 1968

Rare footage showing how Helen Keller, the well known blind and deaf author and political activist, was taught to speak. http://www.smithsonianmag.com/multimedia/videos/rare-footage-of-helen-keller-speaking.html?device=ipad

Photo courtesy of www.universityarchives.com


 


THIS WEBSITE IS CONTINUALLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION....THANK YOU

  On the left of this page you will find sources of information for most of the curriculum areas. These links have been selected to help students with research and assignments. The Internet changes on a daily basis, so please remember that you cannot believe everything you read.
 
How can you determine if a site is reliable? Ask yourself:
Who wrote it? Is the author an expert in the subject matter?
When was the website last updated? This is important when determining how up-to-date the information is
Can you contact the author of the site if you have any questions?
If YOU have any questions, please contact Mrs. Wunderlin in the library:-) 
 
        
Woodlan Vision statement:

Woodlan Jr./Sr. High School will be a successful educational community in which academic achievement, trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship will be fostered among all stakeholders.


Woodlan Mission statement:

The mission of Woodlan Jr./Sr. High School is to create and maintain a safe environment where every student reaches a high level of personal academic achievement through the incorporation of a comprehensive system of support, the empowerment of students by developing positive character traits, and challenging students to fulfill a chosen career path.


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