Welcome to the iCenter where we strive to move students forward in their thinking. Information, Integration and Innovation are at the core of iCenter programming. Our goal is to provide our students, parents and teachers with high quality resources. Resources include books, websites by patron type, grade level and subject, audio books, electronic books, and a variety of technology tools. This website is designed to connect you with some of these resources. Please explore and enjoy.
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Don't forget: If we don't have a book you want in the iCenter, you might be able to find it on Sora, our ebook service to read on your device.
To login to Sora use school code "westbloomfield" and use your school Google account information as your username and password.
**If you have questions and/or suggestions on titles you would like to see added to the app, see Mrs. Carson in the iCenter!**
The Reading Appreciation Program (RAP) is designed to encourage students in grades 6-8 to read quality literature. Our objective is to have students read or listen to books all year long.
WBMS students are enrolled in the RAP CANVAS Course for 2022-23. Information regarding book selection and the required assignment for each Quarter is located in the CANVAS Course. Reach out to Mrs. Carson or your ELA Teacher regarding any questions or concerns related to RAP.
Click the RAP Logo above for a complete list of suggested book titles for 2022-23.
WBSD iCenter Mission
The mission of the West Bloomfield Schools Library Media Program is to develop citizens who appreciate literature and use information and technology effectively. The media centers will provide opportunities to build necessary skills for students to become self-determined lifelong readers and learners. The West Bloomfield Schools Library Media Program will be fully integrated into the district’s curriculum and mission.
The West Bloomfield School District has fully embraced a vision for student success and well being, referred to as "Portrait of a Graduate', that seeks to move beyond pushing students to attain certain grades or academic milestones and focus on setting students up for success in their pursuits after high school. Our Portrait of a Graduate teaches students the personal skills that will allow them to be successful in life’s various endeavors – best summarized as the 4Cs, which are Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration and Contribution.