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

  • September 9th-13th

    In this Friday Focus: Campus Highlights - Oak Meadow ES, Roosevelt HS, Krueger MS Librarians Badging Up, Destiny Themes, Britannica School, Spending Deadlines, Reminders & Updates

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  • September 3rd-6th

    In this Friday Focus: Campus Highlights - Oak Meadow ES, Roosevelt HS, Krueger MS, Updated Patron Barcode Directions, Updated procedure to request replacement spine labels, Inquiry - Vendor Suggested Titles, Sharing Learn360 Resources, Pruitt Library Programming: Chess, Yoga, etc., Requests for Database Training, Reminders & Updates

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  • August 26th-30th

    In this newsletter: Campus Highlights - Bradley MS, Colonial Hills ES, Madison HS Group Orders - BluebCampus Highlights: Madison HS, Bradley MS, & Colonial Hills ES, Group Orders, Self-Checkout Laptops, ILL and Hold Procedures in Destiny, Digital Resources Spotlight - Learn360, ABDO - New Full Processing Vendor, Reminders & Updates

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