Media Center

The Woodbrook Media Center has over 20,000 books and magazines for students to enjoy and use for research.  Classes visit the Media Center once a week as one of their 5 Related Arts classes.  Students learn about authors, illustrators and genres. They learn how to use a library and how to select appropriate materials for enjoyment and research.  They enjoy independent reading, partner reading, writing and computer activities that relate to classroom learning.


Media Specialist:

Janet Vahle

317-846-4225 x1810  

Parent volunteers help students find materials, check books in and out, and file books on the shelves. If you are interested in volunteering, stop by the Media Center, send an email to and check out the volunteer schedule on SignUpGenius at the following link:

Elementary Media Center Goals

The library media program strives to create and support an environment in which all learners become effective users of ideas and information and achieve the standards set by the state of Indiana and Carmel Clay Schools.

The Goals of the Library Media Program are to: 

  • cultivate a love of reading,

  • provide a broad range of quality resources to support the curriculum and to support recreational reading interests,

  • teach students to become effective and ethical users of print and electronic information,

  • and to encourage all students to become lifelong learners. 

Access Your Woodbrook Library Record


Would you like to see what you have checked out and when it is due?

Go to the Library Catalog.

Click on Login in the upper right corner of the screen.

In the User Name box, type your student ID number.

In the Password box, type your birth date in this format: yearmonthday with no spaces. (Be sure to type 4 digits for the year.) Example a 8/14/96 birth date would be 19960814.

Click Login

Click on the My Info tab to view your account.