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This effort actually started in August of when the state's second largest school district that serves over 40, students welcomed this new superintendent. Gail Borden recruited five other public libraries that served U students to join the effort and all stops were pulled out to maximize use of press, media, e-marketing and word-of-mouth buzz. Torres urged principals to encourage teachers and students to participate. Some schools ran their own marketing campaign. School officials all motivated their students to not only get a card, but to use it.
The Gail Borden Library District covers over 60 square miles, reaching a diverse multicultural community.
By , that population is expected to grow to , A majority of the 41, children in Illinois School District U represent minorities and low-income households. Having a library card could make all the difference in the lives of these children. Although we usually run the campaign kindergarten classrooms, every few years we extend the campaign to all K-5 students.
All K-5 students are able to apply for cards during any Great Library Card Adventure campaign, but during most years, the contest is for the kindergarten classrooms only. We want every student, faculty and staff member in the county to have a Multnomah County Library card. We send letters to school principals and library staff inviting them to join the campaign, and we send kits with posters, applications, and instructions to those who join. After returning the applications, teachers receive a drink coupon from Starbucks. Students both those who already had cards and those who get them through the program receive Great Library Card Adventure stickers.
We have done this campaign twice since School return tally sheets to us with the numbers of students who already had cards, and the applications of those who are applying. All students and teachers who participate in the program whether they already had cards or applied them received a card with discount offers from local businesses. This project generated 7, student registrations in , and over 54, children have been signed up during the eight years.
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The Library features high profile sports figures in a public service announcement psa that encourages children to register; the psa is played in the schools during the campaign. Ashley Drive Tampa, Fl. It is 6 years old. The PowerCard mission is to encourage children and their families to develop a love of reading, learning and libraries. Because of the work of this group, all students in Palm Beach County Schools can get free library cards at their choice of 15 county and 7 city libraries. This provides students access to combined library collections of approximately 2 million items to help with their school assignments.
PowerCard sponsors an annual library card campaign in September through contests in the schools and public libraries with incentives provided by local businesses. We've even been able to make sure that a library card is included on the school supply list. Right now we're working on our yearly Summer Reading Program promotion. Students will view in their classrooms a video created by the committee advertising Read Across Florida our Summer theme. Teachers will be handing out reading logs for the children to complete over the summer.
These were also created by the PowerCard committee and the libraries will use the same one. So there is one unified program for both the libraries and the school system. Why is PowerCard Important? It's building new bridges of cooperation in the community to support literacy and ultimately to see our students succeed in school. West Palm Beach, Florida Tel. Library items used for educational purposes may be needed for longer than the standard three-week loan period.
Educator cards allow users to check out and renew items for six weeks and to have up to 40 unfilled holds at one time. The educator card is separate from the educator's personal library card. Educator cards are to be used only for materials for curriculum support or classroom use.
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Educators must use their personal library cards for all library materials checked out for personal use. To qualify for an educator card, an educator must live in Multnomah County Library's free service area or have a current fee registration and teach children in childcare, kindergarten through twelfth grade K or homeschool education.
To register for an educator library card, educators visit a library location in person and show valid identification and proof of educator status such as a school ID badge or paycheck stub. The cards, which are kept at the public library and managed by library staff, allow the school librarian to make sure the school's collection is used first and then to supplement it from the public library's broader resources.
Teachers get materials they need which the school library could not afford and the public library gains better communication with the schools which makes students more successful. So far, 31 schools have joined in this partnership and books and other materials have been supplied to classrooms. Virginia Beach, VA , fax ccaywood vbgov. Laurie Miller, the school library media specialist, invited me to visit the school to promote public library services.
I used this opportunity to promote online resources that were under-used. The second visit, I demonstrated Novelist and booktalked several titles from each library's collection. The third visit, I demonstrated Grove's Art and had some "hoax" photographs for the students to determine which were fake and which were real. At the end of the school year, I plan to return to promote the summer reading program.
We have also gotten permission to send flyers home with the students about the program. A first. We also have a copy of all of the textbooks being used throughout the school district in our reference collection. Students who have forgotten a book can come to the library to use it. Some students regularly copy the pages for their assignments so they don't have to carry their books. Home school parents use them as well.
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The benefits: Laurie and I are developing a great working relationship. I recognize students who come into the library and they recognize me. The teachers are more aware of the public library's resources. The use of our online resources has increased dramatically. As a result, our board established a separate line item for databases and authorized us to purchase World Book Online.
The idea of collaborating with the schools can be overwhelming. Starting with simple, focused programs will get both parties involved and who knows where it will grow from there. Laurie and I are talking about a one book one school program in the future.
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Overdrive Audio books have been added to our collection. I visit the high schools to demonstrate how to use the program and download audio books to MP3 players or iPods.
I also give a presentation to low readers about the various types of library materials that may be of interest to them such as audio books, DVDs, magazines, online resources and books, DK publications, high-interest non-fiction, graphic novels, etc. At the end of the school year, I visit the schools to promote summer reading activities. Over the summer, students can earn extra credit by participating in approved school or community activities. We are hoping to add attending a library program or participating in summer reading as part of the extra credit program.
Contact Information: Linda L. Lewisburg, PA reference publibuc. The program started in the spring of and has adapted to meet the changing needs of the Pittsburgh Public Schools and aligns best practices in reading instruction with interactive read-alouds. BLAST consists of three programs: a third grade interactive read aloud, thematic programs for grades K-5, and summer extended year programs 4 weeks of summer school for grades K Rita Bean at the University of Pittsburgh.
The programs goals are to: enhance the reading attitudes and abilities of third grade students, provide equitable access to public library resources and materials, and increase the visibility of Carnegie Library in the elementary schools.