The City High School Library is a place for teaching, learning, and creating. We hope to help students and teachers to inquire, include, collaborate, curate, explore, and engage--acquiring knowledge and skills to become life-long learners and responsible, resourceful citizens.
For more information about the library program and curriculum in the Iowa City Community School District, please visit the district Library Program page.
Daphne Foreman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Schau: email@example.com
Sandy Rackis: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dana Smith: email@example.com
Tech Support Specialist
Ethan Bonzer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Library Belief Statement
We believe that…
- Lifelong learning is the ultimate goal for students in our society, and the school library program is vital to creating independent, informed, responsible learners.
- All children have the right to equitable access to literature, information, and information technologies.
- The diverse needs and learning styles of students require differentiation in learning resources and instruction.
- The teacher librarian is an instructional leader in the school with expertise in resources, technology, and literature.
- The teacher librarian works in collaboration with teachers, administrators, support staff, and parents to provide learning experiences that promote student achievement.
- The library program promotes critical thinking, engagement with information in all its forms, and the responsible use of technology to enhance teaching and learning.
- The library program fosters and supports the development of literacy and reading for information and enjoyment.
- The library curriculum promotes inquiry learning through information literacy instruction that enhances and reinforces classroom content and instruction.
- The library program cultivates connections with the larger learning community by providing students access to learning resources and activities beyond classroom and school walls.
- A rich and abundant collection of resources, in many formats, is essential meet the teaching and learning needs of the school curriculum and to reflect diversity and principles of intellectual freedom.