Library/media centers will be used to support the attainment of the state’s learning goals. Each center shall be provided with a collection of print and electronic information, instructional equipment and other learning resource materials to promote a positive impact on student learning. These resources will support the district’s school improvement plan and student mastery of the essential academic learning requirements in all subject areas.
Library media staff shall collaborate as instructional partners and informational specialist with teachers to develop student’s information and technology skills. Staff shall assist students in meeting content goals in all subject areas and assist high school students with graduation requirements, specifically the culminating project and the high school and beyond plans. Library/media staff will assist students and teachers by providing access to materials and securing information from other sources.
The superintendent or designee shall establish procedures for the selection of materials. Citizens who wish to express a concern about specific material included in the collection may do so according to the procedures outlined in 2020P.
Instructional Materials-Instructional materials committee - RCW 28A.320.230
School Library Media Programs - Stocking of libraries - Teacher-Librarians - RCW 28A.320.240
Instructional Materials-Instructional materials committee - WAC 392-204-005
Library Media Centers - WAC 392-204-009
Library Media Centers - WAC 392-204-020
Library Media Centers - WAC 392-204-025
Library Media Centers - WAC 392-204-055
Library Media Programs Support Student Learning - Policy News, April 2011
Elimination of Outdated and Obsolete Policies - Policy News, October 2007
State Board of Education Revises Library Media Rules - Policy News, April 2005
Highline School District 401
Adopted by the Board: January 2008