Library Overview

  • "The more you read, the more things you will know.
    The more that you learn, the more places you'll go!"
    -Dr. Seuss

    Library Media Center Vision and Mission


    Vision Statement


    Create collaborative relationships between schools librarians and classroom teachers which transforms the school library program into a support system that strengthens the curriculum by bridging the information literacy gap.

    Mission Statement


    The mission of Mississippi’s school library programs is to assist in providing a quality education for every child by:

    ● Encouraging lifelong information literacy and learning through reading and inquiry.
    ● Providing an inviting, dynamic environment in which students and staff become learners capable of accessing, evaluating, applying, and sharing information independently.
    ● Providing real and virtual access to appropriate, high-quality resources (print/non-print and digital formats) and services that support and enhance teaching, literacy, and learning during and outside the school day.
    ● Participating in curriculum development and design of learning activities.
    ● Facilitating professional development for the learning community.

    “Librarians of the future
    will be knowledge
    navigators. They will
    understand digital
    resources as well as
    printed books and other
    formats. Their services will
    not be restricted by
    physical location, either of
    the materials or of
    themselves.”
    - American Libraries, 2012

General Information

Last Modified on September 16, 2019