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LHS LMC Honored with Exemplary Library Award

LHS LMC Honored with Exemplary Library Award

Each year, the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education chooses a select few library media centers from across the state to be honored as an Exemplary School Library Program. 

Liberty High School's Library Media Center received the distinction for 2024. 

It was one of just nine school programs selected for the honor.

Exemplary Libraries undergo a rigorous review process and are evaluated on 21 different indicators. The scoring guidelines consist of 42 possible points, and honored libraries score at least 38 out of the 42 possible points. Overarching themes that are scored include instruction, leadership, library environment, library management and staffing. 

The LHS library staff includes librarians Lori Riedel and Brooke Fuendling and library paraprofessionals Wanda Gibson and Julie Adams. 

Some of the library's work is showcased on their website.

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