Libraries and Media Services

Instructional Media Services

School Libraries

Libraries and Instructional Media Services

Encouraging Reading, Thinking, and Digital Citizenship

Library Vision Statement - New PageCharlottesville City Schools supports a robust school-based library/media program that fosters a love of reading, develops 21st-century thinking skills, and encourages responsible digital citizenship.  Libraries are equipped with a wide variety of print and digital resources.

The division also has an Instructional Media Services staff to support teachers and students with instructional technology.

To Learn More:

Katie Plunkett, Librarian, Greenbrier Elementary (or see your school librarian, below)
Plunkek1@charlottesvilleschools.org
(434) 245-2415

School Libraries

Virginia Festival of the Book
Virginia Festival of the book

The Virginia Festival of the Book is a community celebration of authors and reading held each year in March in Charlottesville, VA. It is produced by The Virginia Foundation for the Humanities. Charlottesville City has had 100% participation by all schools in the Festival since its inception in 1994. Schools invite the visiting authors/participants to do a range of activities including writing or publishing workshops, performances, storytelling, student led discussions, multimedia programs, dramatic interpretations, illustration demonstrations and and personal testimonies.