Welcome to BTW's Library Media Center
Booker T. Washinton High School incorporates technology with the printed page to help in the education of students. We offer a wide selection of learning materials. We have thousands of printed works on hand, as well as digital media such as an extensive video library and multiple computer stations with high-speed internet access.
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Make sure you're a part of this school's year Sequoyah Awards. Just read (or listen to) three or more of the books on this year's list, and you get to vote.
This special Oklahoma Sequoyah Book Award is voted on by only the students of Oklahoma, no adults allowed. Authors will often state the recognition from their readers makes this award one of the highest honors they can wish to achieve. The Sequoyah Book Award has been around since 1959 and is the third oldest children's choice award in the nation.
Students are allowed to check out up to 8 items at a time, unless given permission by library staff to borrow more. Students should have access to the information needed to be successful for learning projects. Please remember to be responsible with resources. Others may be needing the same titles, so return books in a timely manner.
Books are checked out for three weeks and may be renewed once, except items on hold by another student/teacher. Again, we need to be respectful of others needed the same resources our library has to offer.
Students are responsible for materials checked out in their names. Overdue fines are $0.05 per school day for each item, up to a maximum of $1. Replacement cost will be charged for lost or damaged books. Students owing fees or fines will lose checkout privileges and receive a hold on grades at the end of the grading periods.
- Citation Help
- Foreign Studies
- Language Arts
- Social Studies
- Reference Help
- Web 2.0 Tools
- Learning Tools
- Career Info
- Teacher Resources
- Primary Resourses
The mission of Booker T. Washington High School Library Media Center is to provide access to a wide variety of resources for all members of our learning community. The library will strive to ensure the Standards for the 21st Century Learner from the AASL are incorporated into student driven projects. It is essential for all user of information to effectively analyze, evaluate, interpret, and communicate new knowledge and ideas.
TPS Library Mission
The mission of Tulsa Public Schools' Library Media Services is to promote the skills, experiences, and confidence that will enable children and young adults to use libraries and information resources for lifelong learning.