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Audrey, Leighann, Ava, and Olivia: Reading World Series Winners 2016
Chloee: Star Wars Daily Trivia Winner 2016
a cappella group: Barnes and Noble book fair 2016
a cappella group: Barnes and Noble book fair 2016
Hailey and Anna: Barnes and Noble book fair 2016
Senior Day: Homecoming Week 2016 (Mr. Bachmann, Mrs. Brinkman, and Mr. Morris)
Andy: Star Wars Trivia Daily Winner 2016

 

Visit The HHS Media Center Today!

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February's bulletin board was created by Emily Jensen (Class of '17).

Mrs. Jessica Brinkman: Teacher-Librarian

I am currently reading 

  • Relentless by Tim S. Grover
  • Dime by E.R. Frank
  • The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
  • Killing the Rising Sun: How America Vanquished World War II Japan by Bill O'Reilly

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Alicia A., Lauren B., Libby G., Jacey M., and Alexis D. printed a model of the Globe Theater for their English I class.

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Credentials:

Associates Degree: Springfield College in Illinois/Benedictine University

Bachelors Degree in English with a Specialization in Secondary Education: University of Illinois at Springfield

Masters Degree in Special Education: Governors State University

Masters Degree in School Library and Media: Olivet Nazarene University

 

Phone: 815.426.2103

x 6185 circulation desk

x 6164 library office

Email:     brinkmanj@hsd2.k12.il.us 

               brinkmanj@hcusd2.org

 

Current Member of ISLMA: Illinois School Library Media Association
 

MISSION STATEMENT

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The Mission of the HHS Media Center Program is to ensure that students acquire the skills to locate, evaluate, and utilize information and to communicate ideas effectively and responsibly.