• Welcome to the Library!

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    Click on the links to learn more about our program.


    If you have any questions about library services, please contact me at aschweizerhof@judsonisd.org

    210-945-5750. Ext. 50030 / 50031

    April Schweizerhof, M. Ed. , M.S. ETLS

    Teacher Librarian & Media Specialist


Wildcats Library Media Center

  • The Wortham Oaks Library Media Center is dedicated to being the students' haven for reading, exploration, and research concerning all facets of learning. Its purpose is to be an epicenter of literacy where students can immerse themselves in information and transcend their learning!


    Wortham Oaks students are achieving excellence through 21st-century literacy and technology skills to prepare them as future leaders.


    The Wortham Oaks Library Media Center partners with the school community to nurture a passion for reading and inquiry while maximizing critical thinking skills and collaborative learning, enabling student success.

    We love the fall season!

    Listening to stories read aloud and discussing what we've read (fiction and non-fiction content) is a lot of fun and opens doors to further learning!  

    Our students are also diving in with technology and integrating it with reading and writing activities in the library!


    Wildcats Christmas Tree


    One of the books that we read in the library was The Wall by Eve Bunting.  During our library class time, we discussed Veterans Day and Memorial Day and the importance of our United States military.  It was a great time to reflect and discuss why we honor and appreciate our active duty and military veterans.  It was also a time to remember our heroes who gave the ultimate sacrifice and are no longer with us.

    The Wall by Eve Bunting

    Wall of Honor

    The Wall by Eve Bunting



    Made with Clipchamp  




    Click here to get a glimpse of our Fall Book Fair 2023 



    This September we celebrated International Dot Day and read the story, The Dot, by Peter Reynolds.  During the story, the students made inferences about the characters' thoughts and actions.  After the story, the students engaged in a discussion regarding the character changes and theme. It was a great time to dig deeper into the story elements and exercise the students' reading comprehension.