The Westinghouse Campus Library serves three New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) public schools within the Westinghouse Campus at 105 Tech Place in Brooklyn, New York: 
  • George Westinghouse Career and Technical Education High School (grades 9 through 12) 
  • City Polytechnic High School of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (grades 9 through 12) 
  • MS915 (grades 6 through 8) 
  The library is committed to providing equitable access to all students and staff and to ensure that they are effective users of ideas and information. Our policies and procedures are put into place to benefit all patrons. Our primary goals are to: 
  • connect with students by maintaining a welcoming environment 
  • curate a collection that reflects our students, their interests, and their learning needs 
  • collaborate with staff across disciplines to empower students to become enthusiastic readers, ethical users of information, skillful researchers, and critical thinkers 
  Our mission aligns with the American Association of School Libraries (AASL). Tapping into the association’s six foundational ideas: Inquire, Include, Collaborate, Curate, Explore and Engage, the library program seeks to:   
  • prepare students for the next phases of their lives—college, career, life 
  • work in step with the broader world and educational communities to help our students be innovators, creators, problem-solvers and thinkers 
  • co-plan with content-area teachers to go beyond their curriculum to create innovative lessons that encourage students to collaborate, ask their own questions, inquire, and wade through the incredible amount of information that’s available in the world 
  For more information about library programs, visit: http://bit.ly/westinghousecampuslibrary