Wayne Hills Library

The Wayne Hills Library is your go-to place for assistance in completing school assignments, or just to find a quiet place to study. We have a comprehensive database collection accessible 24/7 from both school and home.

We have also partnered with the Wayne Public Library so that you can get a library card and access all their digital resources. For more information on this program and what is available to you, click HERE

Chromebooks & charging station, print books, eBooks, eReaders, audiobooks, print periodicals, newspapers (both print and digital) and more are at your fingertips.

On the subject of Chrome Books- here's a link to how to make your Chrome Book work faster by deleting apps, extensions, and browsing history: https://youtu.be/MmzOwB5mX

You can also view a Google Doc with common issues and how to fix them by clicking HERE.

Personal digital devices are welcome in the library, and may be used for educational purposes only. The Media Specialist is ready to answer your questions and assist you with your research.

We also have an electronics-free quiet space (our Zen Den) and many games/puzzles for students to use to de-stress and reconnect with their peers. The Media Center is open 7:10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

To view our Destiny catalogue of books available at Wayne Hills, click on the button below that says "Destiny Catalog"

Media Center Rules

1. All students will be respectful and courteous to each other, to teachers and Media Center staff.

2. Personal Electronic Devices are welcome in the Media Center, but must be used in such a way as to avoid disturbing others. Students who are loud, discourteous or in other ways disruptive of the study environment, will be asked to hand in their device or leave the Media Center. Please note that personal devices will no longer be able to connect to the district network. Using a personal device will require usage of your own minutes.

3. All borrowed materials – books, EBooks, E-readers, audiobooks, newspapers, periodicals, etc. - are to be treated responsibly. Students will be held financially responsible for the replacement cost of lost or damaged materials. Any student who has overdue materials will not be allowed to borrow anything else until the overdue materials are returned or renewed. In order to borrow E-readers, students and their parents/guardians must first sign a contract.

4. Computer software, hardware and Internet access are provided for educational purposes. These resources are not to be used for personal matters unrelated to school. The following are unacceptable uses and could result in a suspension of Media Center privileges: accessing inappropriate material; using school software or hardware to harass or threaten others or to transmit hate mail or discriminatory remarks; altering, mishandling or disabling school software or hardware; making unauthorized downloading or installations of software; visiting gaming sites or other entertainment sites.

5. No food or drink are allowed in the Media Center.

6. All general building-wide school policies are in force in the Media Center.

Students are expected to be familiar with these and all school policies. Ignorance is no excuse.

If a student is found to be in violation of any of these rules, access to the Media Center may be suspended and the student may be subject to other disciplinary measures.

Wayne Hills Library Mission Statement:

The Wayne Hills High School Library Media Program empowers students and faculty through innovative instruction, resources that inspire academic curiosity, and services that enhance lifelong learning and ethical citizenship.