Gryphon Media Center
The Heartbeat of Gryphon Learners
Reference EBooks and Other EBooks Provided by the State & District
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Schoology Help for Parents & Students / Ayuda de Schoology para padres y estudiantes
Other Useful Schoology Info
Copy of Schoology How To Guide - Parents
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Research Tools / Herramientas de investigación
The Library of Congress
Encyclopedia of Arkansas
More Resources Provided by the State of Arkansas via the Arkansas Traveler Databases & CALS
World Book - Spanish
World Book Student
SIRS Issues Researcher
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Gryphon Media Center Mission & Vision Statements
The mission of the Southwest High School Library Media Center is to provide students with the opportunity to become not only lifelong users of information, but also creators of information. The library media center will support the curriculum by collaborating with teachers, developing a collection that is representative of the school community, and implementing literacy instruction for students. The library media program is designed to provide quality learning experiences to equip students with the skills to adapt and thrive in a changing global environment. The library media center shall extend and enhance the classroom experience by becoming a place where students, teachers, and library media specialists can explore, learn, create, and collaborate. Library Media Specialists shall strive to foster a love of reading and
The Southwest High School Library Media Program seeks to create an environment that promotes learning for all students by: providing equitable access to information, supporting the academic program, teaching information literacy skills, and encouraging lifelong learning. The library media center strives to be a center of collaborative learning that produces creative students who are effective communicators, possess and utilize critical thinking skills, develop respect for others and self, and are proficient and responsible users of information.