On November 16, Anita Tolley and Tina Grenier, both Wahpeton Public School librarians representing the North Dakota Library Association (NDLA) presented the Richland County Soil Conservation Board with the NDLA Benefactor of the Year Award 2018. In April, 2018, the librarians of Fairmount, Hankinson, Richland, Wahpeton, and Wyndmere public schools nominated the group for this award. During the past two years, Richland County Soil Conservation District implemented a plan to donate nonfiction books relating to soil conversation to our schools To date, each library has received approximately 45 books totaling approximately $600 each. In addition, each fall, the group sponsors an annual 7th Grade Eco-Ed workshop at the Bagg Bonanza Farm. During the school year, they sponsor the Sam Ting presentation which emphasized the need to protect and conserve our precious natural resources. These events do not directly apply to our libraries but aid in the education of our students. From L: Jennifer Klostreich, Watershed Coordinator, Tina Grenier, Wahpeton Elementary Librarian, Kelly Klosterman, Board Supervisor, Carson Klosterman, Chairman, David Muehler, Board Supervisor, and Chris Walberg, Board Supervisor.
8:00am to 4:00pm
Monday - Thursday
8:00am to 3:30pm
For other times, please contact Mrs. Fischer
3 items (books, videos, DVDs, or magazines) may be checked out at one time
Items may be checked out for 3 weeks
Contact Mrs. Fischer or Mrs. Engberg for a 1 week renewal
Fines for overdue items may be charged
JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY:
8 Desktop Computers
2 Full-Sized Laptops
9 Nook Tablets
Netbooks may be checked out for hourly use in the school during the school day
None of the computers may be checked out for use outside of the school building.
23 Desktop Computers
In order to use the computers, students and staff need to have a signed Acceptable Use Policy on file in the Main Office.