Wilson High School Library

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  • Library Services Available During School Closures

    Sora- Popular, Free eBooks and Audiobooks

    Download the Sora App or click on the image above to read free ebooks and audiobooks from your school and public libraries in one convenient app.

    Let's Get Reading! at Wilson and Holds Pickup for Physical Books

    Let's Get Reading! features 2-3 books on a theme that can be picked up. It is a great option if you are not sure what you want to read. If you want something more specific, you can fill out the "I don't know what book I want to read" form. We will do our best to choose a few books we think you would enjoy. If you want a specific title, you can put a hold on it and pick it up.  Here a short video demonstration how to place a hold.

    Textbook, Chromebook, and other Materials Pickup By Arrangement

    Please email Hilary Woodard at hwoodard@pps.net to make arrangements.

    Password and Technology Drop in Help via Zoom Mondays-Thursdays 11:55-12:35

    11:55-12:35 Mondays through Thursdays via virtual meetings on school days. Check the library calendar for links and information. Link is in the sidebar and here.

    Library Clubs During School Closures

    Library Clubs are open to everyone. Pick up a book club bag Mondays 1-3pm and Wednesdays 8:30-10:30am.

    • Oregon Battle of the Books
      • Read books and answer trivia questions. We will not have tournament this year but we will have the opportunity to compete against teams from other PPS High Schools. Every team that participates will be able to battle at least two other teams.
    • ORCA (Oregon Readers Choice Award) Book Club/ Pizza and Pages
      • Read and discuss popular books nominated by other teens across Oregon.
    • Social Justice Book Club
      • Read and discuss counternarratives from a wide variety of genres including science fiction, romance, realistic fiction, memoir, and literature.




  • Cassie Lanzas

    Cassie Lanzas

    Email: clanzas@pps.net

    Cassie Lanzas is delighted to join Wilson as the new teacher-librarian. Prior to Wilson, she was the teacher librarian at Robert Gray Middle School and Skyline K-8, where she focused on digital citizenship and reading engagement. Cassie started her career in education as a social studies teacher at Grant High School, where she spent over ten years and focussed on AP courses and small learning communities.

    Cassie holds a Bachelor of Arts from Portland State University, a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Lewis & Clark College, a Reading Endorsement with a specialization in Young Adult Literature, and an Education Media Endorsement from Portland State University. She is focused on increasing and developing reading engagement for all students, digital citizenship, and research and inquiry skills. She is also the Oregon Battle of the Books team coach. She spends her time outside of school with her family enjoying the wide variety of activities the Pacific Northwest has to offer.

  •  Wilson Poetry Slam

    The Wilson Poetry Slam and Verselandia are currently being restructured due to school closures related to COVID-19. We will post more information when it is available.



  • Truth Be Told Story Slam

    Wilson Story Slam Thursday, February 13 at 3:30.

    Tell an original story at the Wilson Story Slam. One student from Wilson will be nominated to tell their story at the PPS Interscholastic Storytelling Competition! The theme this year is "Endings."