Glenn Media Center Mission
The mission of the Glenn High School Media Center is to equip students and staff with the resources and skills essential to become effective users of information and ideas. To inspire independent and life-long learning the Glenn Media Center:
- provides both physical and virtual access to learning materials to foster intellectual growth
- promotes and advances instruction in reading and information literacy skills
- encourages collaboration with teachers to create strategies that will further enhance student learning
The Glenn library program is governed by district, state and national standards presented in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board policies, the North Carolina State Department of Education’s IMPACT: Guidelines for North Carolina Media and Technology Programs, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Standards for Students and the American Library Association’s Intellectual Freedom Statements and Policies.Glenn Media Center Vision
The Glenn High School media center is essential to our collaborative school community. To grow student achievement for personal and global success, we create meaningful and diverse learning opportunities in an equitable and supportive environment. We cultivate and provide exceptional collections to nurture a love of reading and a deeper understanding of the information world.