Dr. Sheril King

Phone: 859-381-3192

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Ed.D. in Instructional Technology and Distance Education MS in Library Science MA in Elementary Education BA in Elementary Education

Dr. Sheril King

Dr. Sheril King, born in Omaha, Nebraska, is a 1987 graduate of Graves County High School in Mayfield, Kentucky. She has been married to her husband, Ron, for 29 years and they have 2 children, Michael and Caitlin.

Dr. King came to LTMS with 23 years of educational experience which included Elementary Teacher (1st, 4th, & 5th grades), English/Language Arts Teacher (6th, 7th, 10th, 11th), School Media Specialist (K-5; HS; K-12), 6-8 Encore Teacher (reading, speech, drama, computers), and College Public Services Librarian.

When not at LTMS, Dr. King serves as an adjunct professor for the University of the Cumberlands. She also enjoys playing World of Warcraft, reading, sewing, and spending time with her granddaughter, London.

  • Mission and Philosophy

    The mission of the LTMS Library Media Center (LMC) is to teach all students to become lifelong readers, learners, and effective users of information within the library and beyond through both print and electronic resources.

    The LMC operates under the philosophy that the education program of the school is strengthened by the quality of the library services provided. The resources available in the LMC are considered essential to learning and teaching and must be fully integrated into the curriculum to promote students' achievement of learning goals. Therefore, print and non-print resources are provided in various formats to satisfy the personal and instructional learning needs of students and staff who possess diverse learning styles and individual interests.

    The library media program encourages all learners in reading, viewing, and listening for enjoyment, understanding, and informed decision-making. Critical information skills instruction is provided to enable students and staff to acquire information from numerous media, as well as gain confidence in their ability to obtain relevant and reliable information sources which will contribute to their personal intellectual growth.