Welcome to the West Shore Media Center
Media Center HoursMon. - Thurs. 8AM-4PM/Fri. 8AM-3:30PM *Hours are subject to change due to meetings, testing, or school functions.Web Collection Plus OPAC
You can search the West Shore Media Center collection from any computer. Click on OPAC under the links section below.
Florida Teens Reads 2023-2024
Sunshine State Young Readers 2023-2024
The Agathas by Kathleen Glasgow and Liz Lawson 96 Miles by J.L. Esplin Aint' Burned All the Bright by Jason Reynolds Born Behind Bars by Padma Venkataman All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir A Duet for Home by Karina Yan Glaser Blackout by Dhonielle Clayton Escape by K.R. Alexander The Cost of Knowing by Brittney Morris Hush-A-Bye by Jody Lee Mott Defy the Night by Brigid Kemmerer Invisible: A Graphic Novel by Christina Diaz Gonzalez The Getaway by Lamar Giles Linked by Gordon Korman I Must Betray You by Ruta Sepetys Long Lost by Jacqueline West In Harm's Way by Doug Stanton and Michael Tougias The Monster Missions by Laura Martin Live, Laugh, Kidnap by Gabby Noone Scout is Not a Band Kid by Jade Armstrong The Mary Shelley Club by Goldy Moldavsky Skandar and the Unicorn Thief by A.F. Steadman Mirror Girls by Kelly McWilliams Treasure Tracks by S.A. Rodriguez Roxy by Neal Shusterman and Jarrod Shusterman Valentina Salazar is Not a Monster Hunter by Zoraida Cordova We Weren't Looking to be Found by Stephanie Kuehn Wayward Creatures by Dayna Lorentz The Weight of Blood by Tiffany D. Jackson Winnie Zeng Unleashes a Legend by Katie Zhao
Access to Resources and Services in the School Library Media Program
Your school has a wonderful room that houses information on lots of topics, with something special for everyone. That room is the library media center. In it you will find what our school board recognizes as "the center" of the educational program of the school. It provides materials and services that meet academic, technical, personal and social needs of the school community."
In meeting these needs, the media selection policy makes available a wide range of materials on varying levels of difficulty, with something to appeal to everyone. Many religious, ethnic, and cultural groups are represented in the school library, and specific criteria are used in considering items to be included. Because libraries are forums for information and ideas, books are provided for the interest and enlightenment of all students and teachers.
Many of these books are on various reading program lists, such as Sunshine State Young Readers’ Awards, Accelerated Reader, Reading Counts, and Florida Teens Read. Some of these lists also include recommended reading levels. These reading levels are determined by companies that are selling the book product, and they do not necessarily reflect the appropriate chronological age, developmental age, maturity level, or family values for all students. As with all other aspects of a student’s education, parents are encouraged to be involved in a student’s book selections. The books in the media center, whether part of a specific reading program or not, are available for the review of all patrons, but are specifically recommended for none.
Since reading is vital to success in our world, and since we know that the best readers are those who have parents that are involved in their education, we encourage parents to read and review the books your student selects. Come in and visit. Browse the collection of your school media center. You may find just the right book to share with your child.
Brevard Public Schools June, 2003 Revised 2011