The mission of library media services program derives from the overall mission and philosophy of the school. Our mission is to provide an educational and cultural environment that is conducive to development of independent life-long learning habits and a sense of service among our students. In the libraries, students are exposed to ideas through the use of print and non-print resources that are updated on an ongoing basis. We provide library/information skills instruction that will prepare our students to become information literate and enable them to be productive members of the society in an increasingly globalized world.
Our Elementary, Middle and High School libraries have a variety of learning resources - books, magazines, newspapers, audio and video cassettes, DVDs, Online Databases, internet, computers, AV-equipment, satellite TV, etc.- catering to the curricular and recreational reading needs of students, teachers, and parents.
As libraries are school-wide learning centers shared by the entire school community, there are certain rules and regulations in place for their smooth functioning. Accordingly, loud talk, use of cell phones, eating and drinking, misuse of materials, playing music, etc. are prohibited in the libraries.
Students who have signed the Computer Usage Policy of the school can use the library computers. Please keep in mind that personal email, downloading of non-instructional materials, chatting, playing games, etc. are not allowed.