WHS students who have a Winnebago Public Library Card have free access to the WPL collection of online digital magazines through their Zinio program.
The Winnebago Middle School will be participating in the 2014 Rebecca Caudill Young Readers' Book Award for 2014. To participate you must complete the following by Friday, April 25:
The Winnebago Public Library (WPL) and Winnebago High School have partnered together to offer Zinio, aka "the world's largest newstand." This service allows libraries to purchase subscriptions to selected magazines and make them available for FREE to holders of library cards.
Follow this link to a Google Site where you can download printable pdfs or watch a tutorial video on how to use iMovie. Click Here!
Steps to finish the movie and play it at WHS on the big screen:
Follett Brytewave App is the new app for reading ebooks through the Destiny Catalog from Winnebago Schools. More information will be posted soon on how to access these ebooks on your mobile device.
WHS Students can access Prairie Cat Encore at school or at home to search, find and print request forms for books from participating RAILS libraries. Students are allowed two weeks to check out materials once they arrive, and can also renew materials. Overdue materials from interlibrary loan cost $.50 a day. Students are responsible for the cost of materials that are lost or damaged.
Since updating to Windows 7, students are encouraged to use the new Microsoft Movie Maker. It has a little bit of a different look, so please use the guide below to help answer questions you may have as you get started.
Winnebago Schools use the Modern Language Association (MLA) rules for citing sources for research and project purposes. The following links are helpful resources to help create the correct citations for any paper, report or project.