About Us

  • Vision Statement

    The Roseville Joint Union High School District library program strives to foster a positive school experience and sense of community by placing students at the center of everything we do.

    Mission Statement

    Through our library services and programming, we

    • Establish a “sense” of place for students to interact, communicate, and collaborate with one another,
    • Forge key relationships and partnerships with teachers to plan and deliver meaningful instruction,   
    • Create inclusive and accessible collections that celebrate diverse experiences in order to inspire the reading lives of students and staff,
    • Enable students’ beliefs in their own ability to seek and use information successfully,
    • Contribute to students’ rigorous application of skills, knowledge, and behaviors necessary for thriving in today’s global society, and
    • Empower students to practice intellectual freedom, explore, innovate, and take risks in order to develop the skills necessary to be college and career-ready and self-directed, lifelong learners.



    The RJUHSD District Librarians value student-centered and technology-rich learning. In our literacy instruction, collection development, and collaborative partnerships, we strive to implement the Future Ready Librarian framework in alignment with the American Association of School Librarians (AASL ) and the International Society for Technology in Education (ITSE) standards. On our district website, you will find resources and services that are common among all six high school libraries, and Roseville Pathways.  If you have questions for either District Librarian, please email us and allow 24 hours for a response.