Mission Statements

My teacher-librarian Statement


Philosophy:           as a trained educator, to know within the scope of my task in entirety and certainty, that I am a definitive step in students evolution and

                          by believing in myself and others people around me I can help expand them.

Vision:                 everyday, to feel harmonious, joyful, happy, in union with the learning principle that state that “everyone is entitled to better him/herself”

                         and by knowing so, entitle them, the learners, the pleasure of discoveries. (self and beyond)

Mission:      to create places (time and place) for me and for others, that promotes happiness, self-worth, meaning, that brings memorable moments in and within

                the learning community      

Principles:      synergy, exchange, organic use, synchronicity (which indicate connectivity) Know and use limits and boundaries, collaboration, acceptance, expansion

Values:        love, respect (tone of voice, posture and gesture), gentleness, action, effort, tenacity, maintain a vision, self-, listening mastering, honesty, aspiration.

Actions:      invite people, share, offer activities, collaborate, join  support groups, inspire people, encourage, learn and choose to apply (new and old) knowledge,

                  apply wisdom, create and enjoy creations, communicate(oral, digital), find common grounds, jump on opportunities, take time to relax, read, research,

                   present, enjoy. Take a pause.

Behaviors:              show respect, place boundaries, support others, share moments, be welcoming, enjoy students and people.

Strategies:       join groups, implement action plan, implement and display my “vision and mission” statements, walk my talk, be pro-active, get out there, get involve

                      stay in control of my schedule to avoid feeling overwhelmed, call for help when necessary,

Goals:              enjoy my job, have a sense of accomplishment

Ritual:             yearly “Librarian invite” (little “librarian party” at the library, one for the students, one for the taff)

Rewards:          friendship/ opportunities/sense of fulfillment.


About the LLLC

Philosophy:  the LLC is a place of learning, of togetherness and fulfillment where everyone can learn in many ways, always in respect of each other, always

              supporting each other

Vision:  while not exactly silent, LLC is a quiet place where one comes to learn, to play or to rest; meaningful attention and intentions are requested.

Mission:   to provide all the tools necessary for the betterment of self-including support, collaboration, positivity, best attitudes and behaviors. “Use with care” applies.

Principles:   synergy, collaboration, self- regulation, attention to reflection, focus, pleasure

Values:  love of reading, love of books, place of focus, collaboration, careful design, discoveries

Actions:  demonstration, listening, whispering, using, researching, playing, serving, reading, discovering

Behaviors:  respect, control voice, walk, focus, support, research, stay calm, contribute

Strategies:  use printed or digital material to perfect literacies, offer a calm and supportive place, abundance of     resources (print and digital)

Goal:   to form students and staff into being great readers and searchers while knowing to decipher between poor and great information.  Achieve literacy, increase reading skills

Ritual:   welcome students, staff and volunteers by their name. Offer staff, once a month, a coffee and cookie.

Rewards:    increase in student success, staff contentment.