The Sr. Theodore Bollati Library will empower students to be conscientious consumers and users of information so that they can become lifelong learners and avid readers. Since literacy is the foundation of learning, the library will seek to encourage both reading for information and recreational reading. With a diverse array of both print and digital resources, the library will seek to connect students with relevant resources and hone important information literacy skills. By creating citizens that can critically evaluate information and use information in an ethical manner, the library will create global citizens who add positively and effectively to the communities they live in.
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In 2008, the library was dedicated to honor Sister Theodore Bollati, in recognition of her exemplary service. Sister Theodore was the Librarian for 32 years, overseeing the orginal design and building of the library’s current facility and developing the collection.
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