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Garner MS Library Annual Report 2013-2014  

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Library Mission

 

The mission of the Garner library is to promote and develop critical thinking and reading skills in order to encourage life-long learning. The library is a place that will provide free access to information and the freedom to read so the students can develop a love of reading. The librarian will support the district curriculum, collaborate with faculty, model and teach information literacy, and create a welcoming environment for the school community to enjoy.

 

Library Staff

Librarian    1 full-time
Library Assistant      0  hours per day
Student Aides     4  total (class periods vary)
 

Library Availability

Library Hours:

7:45 - 4:00


Days Closed 32  

 

Comments:

Once students were trained on using the self-checkout, I was able to keep the library open while co-teaching with others.

Digital citizenship classes: Sep. 30, Oct. 1, 

Poetry Quilt Gallery Walk: Oct. 22-23

Co-teaching:  Sep. 3, Oct. 3, Oct. 10-18, Nov. 4-5, 

Dickens' London: Nov. 18-21

Hearing and vision screening: Dec. 19

Technology Distribution: Jan. 13-14

Science Fair: Mar. 3-7

TELPAS on-line testing: Mar. 17-18

STAAR testing: Mar. 31-Apr. 3, Apr. 22-23

 

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Student Enrollment

978



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