School Library Program

AAPS SchoolLibrarians
  • AAPS School Library Program Mission

    The Future Ready School Librarians of the Ann Arbor Public Schools Ann Arbor Public Schools  provide resources, strategies, and connections to enable district leaders and librarians to work together to promote and implement innovative learning opportunities for students.

    Our focus is to support district-wide achievement goals through our roles as information specialists, teacher-leaders, instructional consultants, innovators, collaborators, instructional technologists, and educational visionaries. We ensure that a wide range of resources, technologies, and services are readily available and responsibly accessible to meet learning and information needs for students and teachers alike.  To this end we closely collaborate with our Instructional Technology Department.

    Our students live in an ever-changing world. They are connected by technology and tackle interconnected global issues daily. The AAPS Library Program Department ensures that students acquire the 21st-Century skills, multiple literacies, and technology proficiency that prepare them to live, work, and succeed in an expanding digital environment. 
  • Contact the AAPS School Library Services Department Program Department Co-chairts

    Dr. Sara Duvall (6-12 Library Program Department Chair) duvall  734-994-7673 X55326

    Chrissy Postema (PreK-5 Library Program Department Chair) postema 734-994-1901 X10402