• The West Nassau High School Media Center is located in the heart of the school and is open from 8:30 A.M. to 3:45 P.M.  At the Media Center you have the opportunity to get textbooks, library books, school laptop, laptop chargers,  school supplies, replacement ID’s, magazines, and newspapers. We have a variety of books that you can use for class projects, “fun” reading to escape the stress of high school life and books and test prep materials that help with preparing you for college and beyond.


    To search for the materials available at WNHS, please click on the following link.... Destiny (or you can find Destiny in your classlink apps).


    The following school supplies are available in the Media Center:

    Spiral notebooks- $0.50

    Pack of Loose-leaf paper- $1.00

    Composition Books- $1.00

    Tab Dividers- $0.50

    Folders- $0.50

    Poster Board- $0.50

    Science Boards: $5.00

    School ID- $5.00

    Replacement Chargers- $43.00

    Printing- Black & White- $0.10 a page   Color- $0.15 a page


    You are welcome to come into the media center before school and hang out in the Tribe Corner until classes starts. We have some games and activities that you and your friends can enjoy.


    When issued a textbook, it should be thoroughly inspected and any problems reported to the media specialist within one week of issue. Make sure textbooks are returned in good condition by keeping them away from pets, young children, moisture and food. Do NOT store your books in your car trunk as it will warp them over time. If you choose to leave your textbook in a teacher’s classroom it is still your responsibility to ensure it is not lost or damaged.


    Once you receive your school laptop, you need to make sure not to remove the case as this could void the warranty and you will be responsible for the full cost of the laptop instead of the $75.00 repair fee. The labels on both your laptop and charger should not be removed or there will be a $10.00 label replacement fee charged to your account. Also, do not eat or drink around your laptop, put any additional stickers on the case or laptop, or draw on or vandalize the keyboard area. To ensure your charger stays in good condition, do not wrap the cord around the brick but use the Velcro to gently secure the cords. Never leave your charger plugged into your laptop while it is in your bookbag as this can damage the port and cause your laptop not to charge. Your school issued laptop needs to be returned at the end of each school year to ensure needed updates are loaded during the summer.