Library Data
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Days Open – 15
Classes Served – 95
Student Visits – 738
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Ke’Jah B. – 6th Grade – 19 books
Daniela B. – 6th Grade – 15 books...
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Lynda P. – 6th – 83 books
Leighann M. – 6th – 74 books
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Mr. Washington and Mrs. Makowski teamed up for College & Career Research.
Mrs. McM...
January Favorite Series
January Favorite Titles

Remember to read 3 JBA titles by Feb. 14, 1014 to participate in the JBA program!
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January iPad Update
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January 2014 Library Statistics

  1. 1. Library Data December January • • • • • • • • • • • • Days Open – 15 Classes Served – 95 Student Visits – 738 Checkouts – 1435 eBooks Viewed – 1037 iPads Issued - 7 Days Open – 16 Classes Served – 275 Student Visits – 1429 Checkouts – 1189 eBooks Viewed – 454 iPads Issued - 11
  2. 2. January Circulation Statistics Book Checkout by Grade Level 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Book Checkout by Type 950 175 454 9 177 173 6th 7th 8th Grade Grade Grade 56 805 144 Nonfiction Fiction Graphic Novels Magazines Audio Books E-Books
  3. 3. January Top Ten Readers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Ke’Jah B. – 6th Grade – 19 books Daniela B. – 6th Grade – 15 books Matthew C. – 6th Grade – 15 books Caleb C. – 6th Grade – 15 books Gracie M. – 6th Grade – 15 books Lynda P. – 6th Grade – 15 books Jackie R. – 8th Grade – 15 books Rebecca B. – 6th Grade – 14 books Jamie F. – 6th Grade – 14 books Aaliyah W. – 6th Grade – 14 books
  4. 4. First Semester Top Twenty-Five Readers              Lynda P. – 6th – 83 books Leighann M. – 6th – 74 books Jamie F. – 6th – 69 books Gracie M. – 6th – 67 books Elijah W. – 6th – 64 books Jai’Wun D. – 6th – 63 books Matthew C. – 6th – 62 books Caleb C. – 6th – 62 books A’Myra Wise – 6th – 61 books Daniela C. – 6th – 60 books Phillip B. – 6th – 56 books Kenya L. – 6th – 54 books Megan S. – 6th – 53 books             Ke’Jah B. – 6th – 52 books Mary P. – 6th – 48 books Niyah M. – 6th – 46 books Coleman H. – 6th – 45 books Saunya L. – 6th – 43 books Jonathon J. – 6th – 42 books Dylan O. – 6th – 42 books Katherine W. – 6th – 41 books Aaliyah W. – 6th – 40 books Jackson E. – 6th – 39 books Michael S. – 6th – 39 books Ralph W. – 6th – 39 books
  5. 5. January Library Roundup • • • • • • Mr. Washington and Mrs. Makowski teamed up for College & Career Research. Mrs. McManus prepared a Symbaloo of favorite colleges and universities along with recommended career research sites. After students finished their research, Mrs. McManus showed students how to use Prezi to put their presentation together. Mrs. Raymond’s academy students visited the library to begin their journey through nonfiction. Students brought in their iPads with a list of Dewey Decimal classifications to find the books they were most interested in. Mrs. Knopf’s academy visited for book check out. Mrs. Seabold used the reference room to introduce rising 9th graders to the ROTC programs at our high schools. Mrs. Stutts educated team 6-3 about recycling and the activities of the Green Team. Mrs. McManus was thrilled to accompany a group of our “Caught Reading” students to Books-A-Million with Mrs. McLean!
  6. 6. January Favorite Series
  7. 7. January Favorite Titles Remember to read 3 JBA titles by Feb. 14, 1014 to participate in the JBA program! Ask Mrs. McManus for details!
  8. 8. January iPad Update • 21 iPads circulated to new students or due to damage or technical issues. • The majority of issues for January included running out of memory/needing to delete apps, missing apps, losing iPads on campus, and errors using new apps. • Damaged iPads are those that must be sent in for repair. Damage 10 User Error – 9 App/iOS issues 39 Resets 24 New Student 11 Lost & Recovered 10 Total Issues Addressed - 103
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