Library designates June 30 as Ann Clark Day

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library has proclaimed June 30 as Ann Clark Day, honoring her service and commitment to education and for being a strong library partner. Ms. Clark retires from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools also effective June 30.

During her 34-year tenure, Clark tirelessly served the children of Mecklenburg County as a teacher, principal, regional superintendent, associate superintendent, chief academic officer and finally as superintendent. Her contributions played a significant role in making CMS one of the most successful and respected urban schools in the nation.

Clark will be remembered by the Library Board of Trustees, the Library, and the community at large for forging a more substantial partnership between CMS and the Library, becoming a national model for the power of public schools and public libraries working together. 

Clark's role was pivotal in the success of ONE Access™, a collaboration between Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and the City of Charlotte. 

View the proclamation here.

Tags:

About Us

The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is one of America’s leading urban public libraries, serving a community of more than one million citizens in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Through 20 locations, targeted outreach and online, the Library delivers exceptional services and programs, with a mission to improve lives and build a stronger community. For more, visit cmlibrary.org.

Subscribe

Media

Media

Documents & Links