Library Media Program Philosophy
As an integral and essential component of the instructional program of Liberty Public Schools, the library media program provides intellectual and physical access to information, literature, and technological resources. By promoting the competency and independence of all students in the use of information and information technology, the program creates learning environments, which encourage lifelong learning in an ever-changing society to meet the needs of all learners.
Partnering with families is an important part of our library philosophy. For more information, please click here, Parent Information for Library Media Center
The Library ALWAYS can use volunteers.
Please contact Teresa Barnett
or call 736-5438 to find out more information.
Our Library In The News
-Ideas + Inspiration Demco Blog Post
-Houghton Mifflin Harcourt [The Spark] Leading Model Schools: Our Lewis and Clark Journey
-Extra Credit: How a MakerSpace Can Change a School | Fountain City Frequency Podcast
-Central Minnesota Libraries Exchange: Spotlight Library of the Week
-Dec. 2016 School Library Journal
-MASL Library Spotlight
-Education Week Article
-Kansas City Mom's Blog
-SLJ Build Something Bold Award-1st Runner-Up
-Scholastic Teacher Magazine The Joy of the Maker Movement: This STEM-Based Movement Spurs Critical Thinking and Creativity