Welcome to the Library Media Center

Teacher-Librarian ~ Nella Szilagyi
Library Assistant ~ Ruth George
Computer Lab Assistant ~ Gail Griffin 

It is my hope that these resources will serve as valuable tools providing access to our virtual and print collection,  highlighted websites, research organization and citation tools, as well as access to research and technology tipsheets and tutorials. Please email me @ nszilagyi@wethersfield.me with questions or recommendations for the improvement  of these resources.   

 Cherish the means of knowledge. Dare to read, think, speak, and write.  ~John Adams

The Library Media Center in collaboration with Mrs. Duggins' Sociology Classes presents WHS Talks: Cultural Awareness Series aimed at building a greater understanding and appreciation for the diversity that makes up our school community.


Nutmeg Cafe Book Club News

The 2018 Nutmeg Book Award Winners are: 

Teen Award Winner: Orbiting Jupiter by Gary Schmidt

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High School Award Winner: Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli 

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Award celebration to be announced. 

2019 Teen Nominees Flyer*   2019 High School Nominees Flyer*

*2019 Nutmeg Nominee titles are now available in OverDrive.

Join our group in Google Classroom to get announcements and join online discussions. Use code: 2afrmcc



 WHS Digital Subscriptions and Research Tools

 Hover over the icons for a brief description of resources. Click on the icon to access resources. Access to many of these resources requires you to enter login credentials, especially if you're accessing them remotely (from outside the school). Refer to the Username and Password list for a full list of our subscription resources and their log in credentials. 



EBSCO Discovery
Use EBSCO Discovery to do an integrated search for archived articles in periodicals (journals, magazines, newspapers, etc) and reference ebooks in our school subscription databases and those of  the Connecticut Digital Library (researchITCT.org).

See screencast demos of our electronic tools and resources below:

Intro to Library Media Center Video

This summer read to ...

Welcome to WHS Summer Reading Center 

Summer is a great time to escape: to the beach, to the mountains, or to the world of a great book. 
~ Bill Gates, Time Magazine

The high school summer reading requirements provide a lot of flexibility and opportunity for choice so you can choose books you enjoy even as you meet reading requirements. 

The WHS Summer Reading Requirements Presentation includes:

  • Reading requirement by grade and ECE courses
  • Titles available as ebooks and audiobooks with links to our electronic collections 
  • Details on how to win prizes while you track your participation online by registering for the  Wethersfield Public Library Teen Summer Reading Program.
If you prefer to use a paper log, you can use the one that was included with your report card. If you misplaced the log, you can download a copy at the following link for the WHS Summer Reading Brochure.

This summer's book club title is one of the 2018 Nutmeg High School Nominees, 

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Email your questions or RSVP to participate to Mrs. Szilagyi at nszilagyi@wethersfield.me.
Book club meeting dates are:
Wednesday, July 12th, 2:30-4:00
Wednesday, August 9th, 2:30-4:00

 2018 Nutmeg Award Nominees lists are now available on the Nutmeg Book Award website! 
Check them out on Overdrive or visit Wethersfield Public Library.

2017 Nutmeg Award Winners are:

High School: I'll Give You the Sun
 by Jandy Nelson
Teen: The Iron Trial by Holly Black & Cassandra Clare


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The mission of the library media center and its staff is to create an environment rich in digital and print resources that is also conducive to students’ and staff’s pursuit and development of 21st century skills, ultimately enabling students and staff to be effective, independent, and responsible users of information.


Before School 7:15 – 7:40**
During School 7:40 – 2:00*
After School 2:00 – 2:45**
* Passes required
** Unless, otherwise posted


  • Enter quietly.
  • Show pass. Sign in or out, as necessary.
  • Sit 2-3 students per table, maximum of 4.
  • Take out and start work promptly.
  • Study groups are expected to engage in quiet discussion.
  • Technology use must be consistent with learning expectations.

The media center runs quiet study periods. It’s an ideal place for studying, completing assignments or a quiet place to read a magazine or pleasure book. Students that are disruptive or do not follow media center guidelines will be asked to leave, and their study hall teacher and subject teacher will be notified.


The WHS Library Media Center collection balances a variety of print and electronic resources to support content curriculum, student and staff interests, and 21st century information literacy skills. It consists of approximately 16,000 books, over 50 print periodicals, and 29 electronic subscriptions from 7 different publishers. The high school collection, as well as the collection of all other district school libraries may be accessed through the district’s online collection management software, Destiny, on any networked computer in the school library, classroom, or computer labs.

WHS Calendar View all events
  • May 2018
    • MonMay28 NO SCHOOL - Memorial Day
    • WedMay30 Dollars for Scholars 7:00 PMPitkin Community Center
  • June 2018
    • SatJun02 Senior Prom Aqua Turf
    • ThuJun07 Spring Sports Awards 6:30 PMWethersfield High School
    • FriJun22 Wethersfield High School Graduation The Wethersfield Cove
    • TueJun26 Committee Meeting - Finance & Information Town Hall
WHS News view all news
The Wethersfield High School class of 2018 graduation is scheduled for Friday, June 22, 2018 at Cove Park.
On March 6 2018, 33 Wethersfield High School students attended the Connecticut DECA Career Development Competition at the Aqua Turf in Southington. Approximately 1100 students from across the state of CT participated and competed in this conference which serves as a showplace for skills learned by students in marketing education instructional programs Fourteen students from Wethersfield received awards and earned the right to attend the national conference which will be held in Atlanta, Georgia (April 21 - 25). Please click for more.
Wethersfield Parents, Guardians and Community Members - Please join us in a conversation with Mr. Rais Bhuiyan. His tale of empathy and kindness in the face of hate and personal attack will inspire. Rais will also be joining SDMS students and families for the day on January 22. 2018 to share his story and life's journey.

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