STATE – Pam Gunter, the librarian for Emma Arleth Elementary School in Sayreville for the past 14 years, is the president-elect and 2012 conference chair of the New Jersey Association of School Librarians (NJASL.)
The NJASL is the professional organization for school librarians in the state of New Jersey, which advocates for high standards for librarianship and library media programs in New Jersey schools. The mission of the organization is to ensure that students and staff become effective users of information.
“As an organization we are aware of how critical school library programs staffed by certified library media specialists are to the achievement of students across the state of New Jersey,” remarked Amy Rominiecki, new Board President of the NJASL. “The new board is excited about the goals for the coming year and look forward to positively reinforcing our mission for students and staff members.”
Rominiecki has been a school library media specialist at Seneca High School in Tabernacle since 2004. She was selected as an American Library Association Emerging Leader for 2009-2010.
Gunter also serves as Arleth School’s web assistant. She earned her Master’s in Library Science from The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.
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