"The Library is an open sanctuary. It is devoted to individual intellectual inquiry and contemplation. Its function is to provide free access to ideas and information. It is a haven of privacy, a source of both cultural and intellectual sustenance for the individual reader." ~ ALA
Instructional Materials Challenges
Q: What should I do if a family member challenges an instructional material?
A: Turn the complaint over to the principal. Encourage him to call Kendra Allen, the Director of Library Services.
Q: What happens next?
A: Follow the "What's the Process" flowchart below.
Q: How can I support this process?
A1: Know the policy & regulation code 3210.
A2: Read/know the instructional material fully.
A3: Continue teaching as normal until instructed otherwise.
A4: Contact your librarian/MTAC committee.
A5: Back up any statements with thoughtful research.
* NOTE: Anyone filling out the reconsideration form must have a child in KHS and the material in question must also be in KHS.
Mission: To help each student excel and achieve maximum potential by creating a welcoming, diverse, and equitable learning environment, fostering a love of reading, and promoting the effective use of information and communications technology
Vision: To be the welcoming heart of our school community where all come to learn, discover, create, and connect
Values: We are safe. We are equitable. We are judgment-free. We love literacy.