The WCHS library is open Monday-Friday 8:15-4:00
Library Contact Information
You may call the library at 615-453-4600 extensions 3103 or 3104.
You may email Mrs. Christian at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mrs. Vicki at email@example.com
Students may check out up to five books for a two week period. There are no late fines after the two weeks, but any books still out at the end of a nine weeks will need to be either renewed, returned, or paid for in order to avoid a Skyward obligation.
- To provide a welcoming space for students and faculty
- To develop students into digitally literate, lifelong learners
- To offer materials that students and faculty can use to research a wide variety of topics correlating with state standards for curriculum
- To provide patrons a variety of genres for required and recreational reading
- To provide assistance to students and faculty in using technology
Book Club meets each month! Text @books4wchs to 81010 to join the 22-23 Book Club Remind. Keep Reading!
I'm Tara Christian, your Wilson Central Library Media Specialist.
I'm happy to be a Wilson Central Wildcat! I am a long-time veteran of Wilson County Schools, having been a classroom teacher for 22 years, a K-8 librarian for one year, and now working at the high school level. I hold a B.S. Degree in Education and a Master's Degree in Library Science. I look forward to working with high-schoolers on becoming smart researchers and life-long readers and learners.
I am married to my high school sweetheart, Camron, and we live in Lebanon. We have two daughters- Molly Grace who is married to Cody and is a teacher at Southside this year; and Maddie who is a Cumberland University student.
I love to read! Some of my favorite books growing up were the Little House series by Laura Ingalls Wilder and Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott. Some all time favorites include Where the Red Fern Grows, by Wilson Rawls and Gone With the Wind, by Margaret Mitchell. My more recent favorites include The Nightingale, by Kristin Hannah, The Rules of Survival, by Nancy Werlin, the To All the Boys I've Loved Before series by Jenny Han, and The Serpent King, by Jeff Zentner. I really love reading, so these are just some of my favorites that come to mind. I hope you have so many favorites it's hard to list them too!
Please let me know if you have book requests for the library. We want to get the books you want to read!
Tennessee Association of School Librarians (TASL)