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Two Rivers High School Library Media Center: TRHS LMC
The LMC strives to help students and staff become effective, efficient, and responsible users of ideas and information in the 21st century in order to learn, work, and live in a digital, knowledge-based global society.
Welcome to the Two Rivers High School Library Media Center
Raiders Read: Celebrate Reading! Have you read a good book but don't know what to read next? Try What Should I Read Next or Literature-Map
Clickhere to find out what the next book in a series is?
Have a book suggestion for the LMC to add to it's collection? Submit here.
If you would like to request a book from the TRHS LMC's collection, please place a hold using the TRHS Online Catalog or fill out this form. The library will deliver the book to your ACP class.
Opposing Viewpoints provides an online library of current event topics that include the facts and also the arguments of each topics supporters and detractors. You can download articles to Google Drive.
This on-line database can be accessed from school and home using the username and password.
If you have trouble accessing it from home, then come to the LMC for help.
Hours and Staff
Monday - Friday 7:15 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Library Media Specialist: Ms. Deana Collins
Library Assistant: Ms. Jane Robinson
Ask a Librarian
Click on "Email Me" in the box below or
Text research questions to 920-320-9453.
Questions will be answered within 24 hours Monday - Friday.
Books and past issues of magazines can be checked out for three weeks.
Reference books can be check out overnight.
You will need your Student ID in order to check out material.
You are responsible for the materials you check out.
Students and staff will become effective, efficient, and responsible users of ideas and information in the 21st Century in order to learn, work, and live in a digital, knowledge-based global society. The Library Media Center will foster authentic learning and assessment within and beyond the curriculum by providing access in all formats, providing instruction to create a lifelong interest in viewing and reading, and to help design learning strategies with other educators.