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Recent Announcements from Central Library

  • Finals: June 12, 13, 14, and 15. Final exam days for high school students have been adjusted due to snow daysand are set now for June 12, 13, 14, and 15.
    Posted Apr 19, 2018, 3:59 AM by Central Library
  • New York Times digital subscription We now have a school-wide digital subscription to The New York Times.  All students, teachers and staff have full accesswithin the school building -- just by visiting ...
    Posted Apr 16, 2018, 6:56 AM by Central Library
  • Central Week 2018 Central Week 2018 Weekend Monday 4/16 Tuesday 4/17 Wednesday 4/18 Thursday 4/19 Friday 4/20     Theme: Celebrate Boston Day (marathon/sports teams)   Opening Assembly   Night: Lip ...
    Posted Apr 12, 2018, 8:28 AM by Central Library
  • Pep Rally for this Friday, March 30th The Student Council has announced a Pep Rally for this Friday, March 30, 2018.There will be a Double B schedule with students reporting to B1, leaving their bags, and ...
    Posted Mar 28, 2018, 6:47 AM by Central Library
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McIninch Library Mission Statement

The mission of the McIninch Library Media Center is to introduce students and faculty/staff to a variety of information derived from print, non-print, and information technology sources. The McIninch Library Media Center endeavors to prepare students and faculty/staff to be knowledgeable users of information and to become lifelong learners. 

McIninch Library Goal

The goal of the McIninch Library Media Center program is to assist students to develop perceptive and mature competencies in research techniques. This is accomplished through library orientation sessions, mini-lessons, and individual consultations with students. During these encounters students learn how to evaluate print and electronic sources for their accuracy and comprehensiveness.

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