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Kayla McKinney

Librarian-Media Specialist

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About Me


Welcome to the Clark Elementary’s library page. My name is Kayla McKinney. I have a bachelor's degree from The Florida State University (Go Noles!) and a master's degree in School Library and Information Science from Sam Houston State University. This is my 15th year in education and my first year at Clark. I am an avid reader and I love to craft. I am a huge Harry Potter Fan who adores Elephant and Piggie as well. My goal is to connect every student with a favorite book. I am looking forward to a great year exploring books and technology with your children!
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  • Mission Statement

    The mission for Clark Elementary Library is to create a welcoming environment that encourages reading and informational literacy through the use of literature, technology, research, and makerspace. Goals and Vision It is the goal and vision of Clark Elementary School's Library Media Program to:

    • Provide an attractive, welcoming environment. Provide a well-organized and comprehensive collection that meets the needs of all stakeholders.
    • Encourage collaboration between the media specialist/librarian and all stakeholders in all curricular areas.
    • Maintain a collection that is continually assessed and plan steps for changes and improvements.

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  • The library program encourages the use of subscription databases as the primary option for research but recognizes the use of other research tools as a secondary option when the subscription databases are not able to meet individual needs.

    • Users need to understand that any intentional misuse of data and/or computers will result in disciplinary action. This policy applies to all computer data created or maintained in the mainframe computer systems and data stored on file servers and workstations within the district.
    • Access to the district’s Internet is a privilege, not a right. Users are expected to use the Internet and other computer applications within the parameters set by the teacher in accordance to the intended activity. Noncompliance with the expectations of the lesson may result in suspension or termination of privileges as well as any disciplinary action consistent with district policies.

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