Sarah Logan
Teacher-Librarian and Washington Library Association Board President


Sarah Logan is the Teacher-Librarian at Dorothy Fox Elementary in Camas, Washington. The recipient of Washington Library Association School Library Division’s Elementary Teacher-Librarian of the Year award for 2024, Sarah has a reputation for creating an engaging, student-centered school library program that has resulted in an authentic reading culture at Dorothy Fox.

As an active member of professional organizations, Sarah has made significant contributions to the field. She is a past chair of WLA’s School Library Division and currently serves as the Washington Library Association Board President. Sarah served on AASL’s ABC-CLIO Leadership Grant committee in 2023 and the Miss Honey Social Justice Award committee in 2024. In 2022-23 , she partnered with the Washington State Library to facilitate a statewide book study for teams of Teacher-Librarians and classroom teachers on Donalyn Miller and Terri Lesesne’s book The Joy of Reading.

Sarah is a passionate advocate for access to quality school library programs and has been instrumental in the #K12Librarians4AllWA campaign, which seeks to increase the number of Teacher-Librarians in Washington’s K-12 public schools. She will continue to advocate for Washington’s students until they all have access to quality school library programs with qualified Teacher-Librarians.

Prior to moving to Washington in 2015, Sarah was the Teacher-Librarian at Lynbrook High School in San Jose. She earned her MLIS from San Jose State in 2012.