Headlines & Features
Destiny - Logging in, Searching, Holds!
It's a tutorial showing students how to login and put books on hold. It's applicable to all 3 schools.
Collection of ebooks about the coronavirus
Free eBooks for children about the coronavirus.
Piggy and Bunny and the Stay-At-Home Plan, written by an MD for her children
Download the PDF story!
Dav Pilkey to Launch Online Series! (March 31, 2020)
“Check our this link if you are a fan of Dog Man and/or Captain Underpants”
Stuck at Home? Take a code break! (March 30, 2020)
"Coding is something the entire family can enjoy! Code.org has come up with coding breaks...lessons every week to engage not only your children, but you as well! Watch the video here first, then sign up here to receive the information each week for the lessons."
National Emergency Library:Free library book access online (March 25, 2020)
Announcing the National Emergency Library, a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.
Welcome to the Oconto Unified School District Library Media Department page!
Our team strives to support students and staff through high-quality library resources and services to empower all users!
Our library media centers strive to:
- Encourage a lifelong love of reading.
- Provide access to a variety of formats of learning resources for students and staff.
- Teach skills necessary for 21st-century learners to locate, evaluate and use resources.
- Collaborate with other educators to design learning strategies that support the curriculum.
Check back here during the year for special library-related events and happenings.
If you have questions, concerns, or suggestions, visit our reference desk, where library staff members are happy to help with your needs.
Feel free to contact me (920) 834-7806 ext. 3112 or email
Bonnie WusterbarthLibrary Media SpecialistOconto Unified School District