Holley Tullis
Media Specialist

Phone: 251-578-7072

Days Open: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
*Tuesday and Thursday* (Open/Flexible)
Hours of Operation: 7:30-3:15

Mission Statement:

The mission of the SPMA Library Program is to bring together all staff and students in encouraging a lifelong love of reading, building information literacy skills, nurturing research and inquiry, and sparking creativity, curiosity, and critical thinking.


Vision Statement:

The SPMA Library Program is the heart of the school, where

students conduct research, find reading materials, and use technology for learning, providing them with a solid foundation of information technology skills, digital citizenship, authentic learning experiences, and a love of reading

teachers use the library and all its resources to build a curriculum that encourages student choice, inquiry, effective technology use, and collaboration


Core Values:

In the 21st century, the most important thing students should learn is how to access, evaluate, use, and synthesize information.

The library should be central to any 21st century curricular program

Students have the right to see themselves reflected in their schools, communities, and library

Multiple literacies must be taught in context

Reading is the best thing a student can do for themselves

The library fosters students' individual interests, creative pursuits, and intellectual risk-taking

Giving students choices empowers their learning

What students say and think matters