"Reading can take you places you have never been before."-Dr. Seuss
The philosophy of the school library media center is to educate students to be lifelong learners. Today’s information society requires that our students be effective users of ideas and information. They should be able to recognize when information is needed and know how to locate, process and use information effectively.The mission of Westside High School’s library media center is to prepare students to become lifelong learners by providing resources for information, access to informational, educational, and cultural materials in a variety of formats and technologies, and to stimulate an interest in and promote the love of reading.
Georgia Peach AwardNominees 2018-2019See what things are happening in the Library!Come in and check out a book, use a computer, or study. You are welcome before, during and after school.
Britt KeyTitle: Media SpecialistPhone: 706.868.4030Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Georgia Student Media Festival
The purpose of the festival is to stimulate student interest and involvement in all types of media production. This is accomplished by providing an opportunity for students to show their work to an interested audience, to have their work critiqued by a panel of expert judges, and to be stimulated by the work of other students.
The Georgia Student Media Festival celebrates outstanding student produced media projects. Student projects are viewed and scored at an all day session held at Clayton County Schools S. Truett Cathy Professional Learning Center.. The Festival is sponsored by Georgia Association for Instructional Technology (GAIT) and the Georgia Library Association (GLA) in partnership with Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) and Clayton State University (CSU).