Mrs. C. Ramirez - Information Literacy Specialist


My Bio:

My name is Mrs. Ramírez and I am the Information Literacy Specialist (ILS), which means the librarian. I am excited to share new and classic books with everyone. My all-time favorite book is Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya.

I have been in education for 12 years. I received my Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Houston and I received a Master’s Degree in School Library and Information Science from the University of Houston – Clear Lake. When I’m not thinking about books, reading about books, buying books, or reading them, I like to play Lotería, play with my two dogs, spend time with my husband, and watch movies. I love all things Wonder Woman, Star Wars, Snoopy, and Big Bang Theory.

~”Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.”~~Confucius

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Circulation Procedures:

Students, parents, and employees may check out library materials. Students are encouraged to take library materials home.

The checkout period is for 2 weeks. Everyone may renew items if they need to keep them for longer than the checkout period.

Overdue fines: Students are charged an overdue fine of ten cents per day, per item, not to exceed a maximum of three dollars per item.

Damaged materials: All borrowers will be charged a damage fine when appropriate. If a damaged item cannot be repaired the borrower will be charged the replacement cost of the item.
Lost items: All borrowers will be charged the replacement cost of any lost library materials.



VISION: Inspire, create, and serve 21st century learners 

MISSION: The mission of the school library program and the information literacy specialist is to ensure that students, teachers, administrators, and staff are effective, creative, and ethical users of ideas and information.

Aldine libraries provide access to a wealth of print and digital resources for students, teachers, and parents.

Aldine libraries are Learning4Life classrooms where students are encouraged to "think, create, share, and grow"

Aldine information literacy specialists help students become enthusiastic readers and life long learners