Advocacy

  • Our goal is to advocate to show the community how Library Services and librarians support student growth and district growth. Each librarian plays a key role in successful advocacy. 

    Advocacy for library programs can be accomplished through many avenues, such as newsletters, flyers, and websites designed to inform the community of the impact of the school library program.

    What is Advocacy? (AASL)

Friday Focus

  • November 4-8, 2019

    In this Friday Focus: Campus Highlights - Woodstone ES, Reagan HS, Wilshire ES Destiny TitlePeek Options Discovery Education Experience - Channels Hour of Code Event Big Library Read, Preschool Storytimes, Reminders & Updates

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  • October 28 - November 1, 2019

    In this Friday Focus: Campus Highlights - Walzem ES, LEE HS, East Terrell Hills ES Parent Accounts in OverDrive Social Media Calendar Discovery Education Experience Spending Deadline #2 Reminders & Updates

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  • October 21-25, 2019

    In this Friday Focus: Campus Highlights - Olmos ES, Churchill HS, Driscoll MS Destiny Collections SIRS Research Guides October 24th - PD Resources Discovery Education Experience PD Brodart Acrylic Shelf Reminders & Updates

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  • October 14-18, 2019

    In this Friday Focus: Campus Highlights - Wetmore ES, Johnson HS, Hardy Oak ES Update Your Titlewave Analysis Using SIRS Discoverer to Address Argumentative Text Ordering Tips Seesaw Training for Librarians TLA District 10 Conference Virtual Library Designer Reminders & Updates

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  • October 7 - 11

    In this Friday Focus: Campus Highlights - Wilderness Oak ES, Tuscany Heights ES, Encino Park ES, Updated Sublocations, SIRS Discoverer - Biographies , New Sora Ribbons, Additional 2X2 & Bluebonnet Overdrive/Sora Books, Barnes and Noble Discounts, Reminders & Updates

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Helpful Information

  • Social Media Calendar

  • Communication Tools

  • Annual Reports

  • Librarian Appraisal