Rosman Media Center

Rosman Middle and High School

Rosman, NC

Sarah Justice, Media Specialist

The perfect place to learn, read, relax, create, and have fun!

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Mrs. Justice with authors Peter Reynolds, Kwame Alexander, Nic Stone, Congressman John Lewis, and Andrew Aydin

Mrs. Justice, Media Specialist

Mrs Justice became the media specialist at Rosman Middle and High Schools in 2000 after teaching English at Rosman High School starting in 1998. Mrs. Justice has worked her way across the state of North Carolina in pursuit of her education. She received her undergrad from Appalachian State University, MLIS from University of North Carolina Greensboro, and her MAEd IT from East Carolina University. Mrs. Justice is National Board of Professional Teaching Standards Certified in School Library Media. She was the 2016 North Carolina School Library Media Association Media Coordinator of the Year. She has been published in the book School Library Makerspaces in Action. Her passions include reading young adult literature and stalking authors (check out those pictures to the left!)—all to make her a better media specialist since she has to know what to recommend to the students, right? Ask her for a great book recommendation!