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Library Data
February
• Days Open – 15
• Classes Served – 55
• Student Visits – 1193
• Checkouts – 1181
• eBooks Viewed – ...
March
Circulation Statistics
218
998
212
44
13
1383
Book Checkout by Type
Nonfiction Fiction
Graphic Novels Magazines
Audi...
March
Top Ten Readers
1. Anne K. – 6th Grade – 25 books
2. Jennifer S. – 7th Grade – 23 books
3. Jackie R. – 8th Grade – 1...
March Library Roundup
• We participated in March Madness. Our top 16 most popular
book titles went head to head in a fierc...
MARCH MADNESS
Where our favorite books go head to head!
The Big
Winner!
Week 1 Week 1
Week 2 Week 2
Week 3 Week 3
Week 5
W...
March Favorite Titles
March iPad Update
• 18 iPads circulated to new
students or due to damage
or technical issues.
• The majority of issues for...
Stay in Touch!
Like our library on Facebook at
https://www.facebook.com/SMSMediaCenter
Follow Mrs. McManus on Twitter @Sam...
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  1. 1. Library Data February • Days Open – 15 • Classes Served – 55 • Student Visits – 1193 • Checkouts – 1181 • eBooks Viewed – 374 • iPads Issued – 8 March • Days Open – 20 • Classes Served – 79 • Student Visits – 1330 • Checkouts – 1486 • eBooks Viewed – 263 • iPads Issued – 18
  2. 2. March Circulation Statistics 218 998 212 44 13 1383 Book Checkout by Type Nonfiction Fiction Graphic Novels Magazines Audio Books E-Books 957 340 192 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade Book Checkout by Grade Level Print Copies Only
  3. 3. March Top Ten Readers 1. Anne K. – 6th Grade – 25 books 2. Jennifer S. – 7th Grade – 23 books 3. Jackie R. – 8th Grade – 17 books 4. Jai’Wun D. – 6th Grade – 16 books 5. Jamie F. – 6th Grade – 16 books 6. Coleman H. – 6th Grade – 16 books 7. Saunya L. – 6th Grade – 15 books 8. Gracie M. – 6th Grade – 15 books 9. Lynda P. – 6th Grade – 14 books 10. Daniela C. – 6th Grade – 13 books
  4. 4. March Library Roundup • We participated in March Madness. Our top 16 most popular book titles went head to head in a fierce competition, with students voting for their favorites each week in March. The big winner? The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins! • Mrs. McManus attended the South Carolina Association of School Librarians conference in Columbia, SC where she co- presented sessions on 1:1 Device Deployment, Book Boot Camp, and the 2014-2015 South Carolina Junior Book Awards. • Mrs. West presented Socrative, Blendspace, and Jeopardy Games to our Appy Hour crew. • Mrs. Raymond’s academy class visited, inspiring our Dewey Bingo challenge. Her class is reading their way through the nonfiction section. Way to go, Mrs. Raymond!
  5. 5. MARCH MADNESS Where our favorite books go head to head! The Big Winner! Week 1 Week 1 Week 2 Week 2 Week 3 Week 3 Week 5 Week 4Week 4 The Rules 1. Vote for your favorite titles each Thursday by 3:00 PM. 2. If you vote, your name goes into a daily prize drawing. 3. Winning titles are announced every Friday on FNN. 4. The Big Winner will be revealed at our Student Council’s March Madness Student/Faculty Basketball Game!
  6. 6. March Favorite Titles
  7. 7. March iPad Update • 18 iPads circulated to new students or due to damage or technical issues. • The majority of issues for March included running out of memory/needing to delete apps, missing apps, losing iPads on campus, and downloading inappropriate (gaming) content. • Damaged iPads are those that must be sent in for repair. Total Issues Addressed - 147 Resets 14 (9%) New Student 12 (8%) Lost & Recovered 13 (9%) App/iOS issues 88 (60%) User Error 10 (7%) Damage 10 (7%)
  8. 8. Stay in Touch! Like our library on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SMSMediaCenter Follow Mrs. McManus on Twitter @SamsLitCafe for book reviews and library news! Check out our library resources at tinyurl.com/falconsread
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