School Library

With over 6000 items in the multimedia collection available for loan, there is something to meet everyone’s taste in literature.

In the Library

The North Tech Library Media Center aims to incorporate multiple facets of contemporary education to create an inviting space for collaboration.

With modern décor and natural light, this welcoming environment is open for individual students, whole-class use, and is a premium space for presentations where there is support for audio/visual needs.

Additionally, with over 6000 items in the multimedia collection available for loan, there is something to meet everyone’s taste in literature.

Meet Mr. Sadler

Greg Sadler
Library Media Specialist

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Mr. Sadler has worked at North Tech High School since 2006, as a social studies teacher for 10 years, and is currently the Library Media Specialist. Mr. Sadler received a Bachelor’s degree in political science from Southeast Missouri State University and a Master’s in information science and learning technology from the University of Missouri. He enjoys his role as Media Specialist where he can use his experience as a classroom teacher and with educational technology to support the needs of both students and staff.

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