The mission of the Albert T. Perry Memorial Library is to provide resources and activities that will enable students and staff to become independent, effective, and critical users of information as well as to instill a life-long love of reading.
We accomplish our mission with a collection of over 13,000 volumes, 25 subscriptions to journals and periodicals and 12 research stations with access to online resources. This is all housed in an 8,800 square foot space, with vaulted ceilings and comfortable reading areas. It is a wonderful space for students to read and write stories and poetry, make class presentations, or put on a show in “Story Mountain,” a glass-enclosed space complete with a mini stage and floor seating.
In the 24-seat computer lab, WMA students do research for class projects, learn on the Internet and become proficient in many Microsoft-based software programs.
Our window-filled art studio is the setting for students to enjoy expressing themselves in pastels, watercolors, clay, weaving and figure-making, among other media.
For more information, contact Caitlin Mulroy, library/media specialist.