The library catalog received an overhaul in 2010 and is available from school or home at wrmslibrary.psbnet.ca. Undergoing renovation through the summer of 2014, the physical space features two computer labs, one designed as a traditional lab and the other set up for small group learning with personal technology. The library lighting has been customized with a dimming system which enables students to set the lighting that is best suited for their level of vision. Offering a variety of seating options for secondary students from couches to cafe tables, elementary students also have a space designated for story time. No longer a silent hallowed hall, the library is a place for students to collaborate and communicate in a relaxed atmosphere.
December 2014, the WRMS library hosted the first day time sleepover, asking K-6 students to wear their pajamas, bring a stuffie or blanket, snuggle up and read. There was a read aloud, students decorated pillowcases, ate popcorn, and had a pillow fight to finish the day. Experiential learning provides students with experiences in order to enhance their learning, in this case to connect an experience with the subject of their reading.
The Forest of Reading Program was brought to WRMS in the winter of 2009. This program, hosted by the Ontario Library Association, encourages readers to read Canadian books by Canadian authors. The Forest of Reading at WRMS began with the Blue Spruce program, which is designed for students K-3. At this level, students read or have read to them 10 picture books and vote on their favourite. The votes are tallied and a winner is announced at the school level . Votes are then submitted for a provincial tally and a winner is announced.