Resource-rich school libraries and credentialed school librarians play key roles in promoting both information literacy and reading for information and
inspiration. When staffed by qualified professionals trained to collaborate with teachers and engage students meaningfully with information that matters in the
real world, school libraries become sophisticated 21st-century learning environments that offer equal opportunities for achievement to all students, regardless of the socio-economic or education levels of the community.
It is our committment to all students to provide a flexible schedule where students can access information to support our curriculum.
This'>http://www.npg.si.edu/exhibit/ballyhoo/">This "exhibition from the National Portrait Gallery's collections examines how a famous face can enhance a poster, and, conversely, how posters have defined reputations of prominent Americans." Browse exhibit sections (such as "Export of American Culture"), view an audio slide slow, and read an exhibition introduction and a blog entry about the exhibition. From the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.
Library Science students help run the Santa Ynez High School Library. They check books in and out, re shelve books, process books, help patrons individually as well as classes who use the library. They are a great asset to this library.