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  • 1. Library Data April • Days Open – 17 • Classes Served – 68 • Student Visits – 1105 • Checkouts – 1486 • eBooks Viewed – 185 • iPads Issued – 9 May • Days Open – 21 • Classes Served – 83 • Student Visits – 825 • Checkouts – 516 • eBooks Viewed – 183 • iPads Issued – 4
  • 2. May Circulation Statistics 107 336 5615 2 183 Book Checkout by Type Nonfiction Fiction Graphic Novels Magazines Audio Books E-Books 493 60 430 100 200 300 400 500 600 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade Book Checkout by Grade Level Print Copies Only
  • 3. May Top Ten Readers 1. Anne K. – 6th Grade – 10 books 2. Devon S. – 8th Grade – 10 books 3. Dy’Quayvis C. – 6th Grade – 9 books 4. Michael S. – 6th Grade – 9 books 5. Jacob G. – 6th Grade – 8 books 6. Dylan O. – 6th Grade – 8 books 7. Cole H. – 6th Grade – 7 books 8. Genecis M. – 6th Grade – 7 books 9. Lynda P. – 6th Grade – 7 books 10. Penelope R. – 6th Grade – 7 books
  • 4. May Library Roundup • Mrs. McManus attended National Library Legislative Days in Washington, DC and met with our state’s legislators to talk about how important libraries are to communities and schools. • We hosted a Scholastic BOGO book fair. Students purchased over $4,000 in summer reading fun. • Mrs. Reynolds’ eighth graders used the reference room to practice their Shakespeare skits. • The eighth grade science department hosted the Department of Natural Resources. • Mrs. Higgins’ students presented their science projects. • We collected all our school iPads and stored them for the summer. We are looking forward to another iRock year!
  • 5. May Favorite Series
  • 6. May Favorite Titles
  • 7. May iPad Update • The majority of issues for May included running out of memory/needing to delete apps, missing apps, and iCloud issues. • Damaged iPads are those that must be sent in for repair. • iPads were prepared for summer storage and taken up beginning May 27th. Total Issues Addressed - 69 Resets 12 (17%) New Student 4 (6%) Lost & Recovered 7 (10%)App/iOS issues 35 (51%) User Error 7 (10%) Damage 4 (6%)
  • 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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