Information literacy for the 21st Century is defined as "the adoption of appropriate information behavior to identify, through whatever channel or medium, information well fitted to information needs, leading to wise and ethical use of information in society." (Sheila Webber, 2010)
An essential component of any school library information and technology (LIT) program is to "ensure students and staff are effective and critical users and producers of information and ideas." Our Library Information Technology Specialists (LITS) follow the LIT Framework model as outlined by the Washington Library Media Association for School Librarians (WLMA). Elementary students receive weekly information literacy instruction with a Library Information Technology Specialist. In addition, students at all levels have the opportunity to checkout print books, read ebooks online, or download audiobooks.
Visit Follett Destiny our library catalog to look for titles, place holds, or check your account.
If you would like to read our Follettshelf ebooks or place a book on hold, you will need to log in to your library account. After clicking on the Follett Destiny link above, click on your school and then use your network login to log in to your account. Students use your network login. Teachers, create your own account or contact your library para-educator for assistance. Parents, if you would like an account contact your student's library para-educator or our district librarian, Trish Henry. (Make sure to include your phone number, child's name, teacher's name and school in your request to Mrs. Henry)