The College and University section of the New Jersey Library Association as well as the NJ chapter of the Association of College and Resource Libraries has chosen Carina Gonzalez as their spotlight member.
The $46,000 from Lawrence Township Education Foundation will be used to fund "major renovations" to the Lawrence High School Library and Media Center. Improvements will include new computers, seating, and shelving.
On Wednesday evening Nov. 13, Lawrence Township School officials held a ribbon cutton ceremony for the new and improved Media Center at Lawrence High School, funded by a $50,000 grant from the Lawrence Township Education Foundation.
MLIS alumna and school library media specialist, Carina Gonzalez, received a $50,000 administrative grant from Lawrence Township Educational Foundation toward fulfilling the vision of what a modern day library should include.
Carina Gonzalez, Lawrence High School (LHS) library media specialist, received surprise visitors on February 5, 2013 as Crystal Edwards, Lawrence Township Public Schools (LTPS) superintendent; Andrew Zuckerman, LTPS director of instructional services; Jon Dauber, LHS principal; Alyson Fischer, LHS assistant principal; Paul Schindel, Lawrence Township Education Foundation (LTEF) president; and Ivy Cohen, LTEF executive director, entered the LHS library.
The Lawrence High School (LHS) Library Media Center team, led by Carina Gonzalez, has won a $46,000 grant from the Lawrence Township Educational Foundation to undertake a major renovation of the school’s Library Media Center.