Welcome to the Wilson Library
While the library is closed due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus), please use online resources listed below.
No books will be overdue during the closure, and overdue notices have been stopped. Please contact Susan Juric with questions.
Research Links for Wilson students (user name and password are school zip code)
Encyclopedia Britannica -- (Level 1 for grades 1-3, Level 2 for grades 4 - 7, and Level 3 for grades 8 and up)
SIRS Discoverer -- Magazine and newspaper articles and selections from research books (grades 1-8)
KidsInfo Bits -- Research articles for elementary students
State Databases -- Research articles for middle and high school students (includes Student Research Center, Opposing Viewpoints, and Science, History and Biography in Context)
Ebooks (user name and password are school zip code)
Follett Shelf (grades K-5)
Chelsea House Biographies (grades 5-8)
World Almanac for Kids (Grades (3-6)
Additional research sites
World Book -- Ebooks and Encyclopedia articles (Kids level Grade 1-3) (Student level Grade 3-6) (Advanced level Grade 7 and up) (User: wbsupport, Password: distance learning)
Public Library - Pima County Public Library Online Resources
Pima County Public Library has a lot of great resources online! You will need your library card number and pin to access them. If you don’t have a library card or lost yours, you can get one while the libraries are closed by contacting the Ask a Librarian line at 520-791-4010 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
LIBRARY SEARCH for the on-site book collection
Our library is dedicated to providing educational and recreational reading needs in print and electronic formats for students and teachers in our school. The library has nearly 8000 square feet to house 25,000 books and audiovisual items. We are in the process of creating a Digital Maker Space for students in Kindergarten through Eighth Grade.
The library's mission is to provide a welcoming and enriching environment that includes resources which foster a love of reading, represent a diversity of ideas, and promote critical thinking and 21st Century skills.