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History


In spring 2018, Snow decided to establish a new Virtue Resource Library for Oklahoma teachers. Her vision was to create a library with books, articles, and other physical resources housed in a dedicated space at Norman High School, along with an online component containing links, articles, videos and other electronic media that would be available to educators across the state and even beyond Oklahoma. Norman High School principal, Scott Beck, agreed to help lead the project.

Beck and Snow formed a team of 10 teachers and librarians from our partner schools to compile resources. The team was led by Norman High School librarian Martha Pangburn, in close concert with Kathryn Lewis, Director of Media Services and Instructional Technology for the Norman Public Schools district and President-elect of the American Association of School Libraries.

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Grand Opening


The Virtue Resource Library was officiallly introduced to students, parents, and the public at Norman High School’s winter Creativity and Learning Showcase on Dec. 10, 2018.

We comemorated the grand opening with poetry readings of their own work by students from Norman High School, Norman North High School, Irving Middle School, Kennedy Elementary, Longfellow Middle School, Washington Elementary, Odyssey Leadership Academy, Santa Fe South High School and the Academy of Classical Christian Studies.

Learn more about the grand opening