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Summer reading wrap up

  1. 1. Summer Reading Wrap Up Report 2010
  2. 2. The Faces of Summer Reading…
  3. 3. Sign Ups: At each location, children are invited to sign up for Summer Reading. They receive a log to track the number of hours read. The following numbers represent the children who signed up to participant in the 2010 Summer Reading Program.
  4. 4. Bailey Cove, Madison, Main 79% 15% 57% % 2930 1264 472 2010 1634 1489 299 2009 1129 876 401 2008 1428 1263 430 2007 1848 940 363 2006   1052 472 2005 MAI MAD BAI  
  5. 5. Monrovia, New Hope, Oscar Mason, and Showers 15% 180% 36% 40% % 191 560 136 264 2010 165 200 215 188 2009 120 204 226 201 2008 275 263 201 308 2007 134 151 88 closed 2006 134 86 115 140 2005 SHO OSC NEW MON  
  6. 6. Gurley, Hazel Green, Murphy, Russell, and Triana 9% 64% 2% 30% 277% % 66 105 84 60 102 2010 70 64 86 86 27 2009 58 41 59 161 21 2008 12 279 156 168 27 2007 28 232 66 106   2006 27 110 73 110 12 2005 TRI RUS MUR HAZ GUR  
  7. 7. 82% Increase!!! 8244 4523 2924 5010 4585 June - July, Systemwide 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 Sign Ups
  8. 8. Patron Comments: “ I just like to know that I was reading and I was getting something out of it!” “ I liked that the children were able to feel a sense of independence in earning fish and placing it on the display.” “ I liked the bingo sheets & tracking reading times.”
  9. 9. Attendance: Attendance measured the amount of people who came to programs offered at our libraries during Summer Reading 2010.
  10. 10. Bailey Cove, Madison, Main 14% 4% 16% % 2649 5642 1763 2010 3081 5418 1513 2009 8507 4075 1939 2008 6839 4297 1888 2007 2673 3240 1306 2006   2759 1950 2005   2601 1377 2004 MAI MAD BAI  
  11. 11. Monrovia, New Hope, Oscar Mason, and Showers 115% 36% 42% 44% % 1995 1739 939 2191 2010 926 1282 1366 1538 2009 1044 1415 1256 1072 2008 1146 942 834 550 2007 841 560 596 closed 2006 977 1075 572 206 2005 142 627 366 33 2004 SHO OSC NEW MON  
  12. 12. Gurley, Hazel Green, Murphy, Russell, and Triana 240% 63% 13% 98% 7% % 524 355 314 730 365 2010 154 217 363 367 342 2009 80 80 366 713 129 2008 120 326 232 560 290 2007 154 203 140 310   2006 114 112 31 227 223 2005 19 184 22 504 127 2004 TRI RUS MUR HAZ GUR  
  13. 13. 14% Increase! 19,206 16,834 19,676 18,024 10,023   June-July 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006   Attendance Totals
  14. 14. Number of Programs Offered During Summer Reading 25% Increase! 557 2010 439 2009 378 2008 404 2007 Number of Programs during Summer Reading
  15. 15. Patron Comments: “ I love that you keep regular storytime hours but add extra fun with other events .” “ I liked the art classes and the hands on activities. “ There was better teen programming this year. I also liked Little Gym and the martial arts demo.”
  16. 16. Circulation!
  17. 17. -3% -6,818 192,081 198,899 July 1% 1,093 198,668 197,575 June -8% -12,547 150,468 163,015 May -6% -10,398 150,495 160,893 April -6% -11,526 170,422 181,948 March -5% -8,708 150,248 158,956 February -10% -17,207 150,587 167,794 January % Difference 2010 2009   Systemwide
  18. 18. 2 % Decrease 175,219 179,219 165,860 2010 2009 2008 Circulation Stats for Juv and YA Materials June-July
  19. 19. Partnerships: Each location was challenged to partner with a local organization to provide assistance to their Summer Reading Programs.
  20. 20. Crestwood Hospitals' Dietary Department and Triana's Boys and Girls Club TRI Yarn Expressions, individuals from the community taught knitting SHO Cherokee Nation, Durham School Bus, Berachah Gym/City of Huntsville RUS Sparkman Homes Boys and Girls Club, Seminole Boys and Girls Club, Milestone Christian Academy, Second Mile Preschool, Church of the Nativity, WEUP, Sparkman Teen Center OSC Inspired Arts and Crafts NEW South Pittsburg High School Science Department MUR Straight Blast Gym, Harvest Volunteer Fire Department MON Green Team of Huntsville, Alabama Department of Environmental Management, The Shell Club, Deb Richie, Cooperative and Extension Office of Radon, North Alabama Oratorical Society MAI 4-H Club, Discovery Middle Band Students, Space & Rocket Center, My Spirited Art MAD McAlister & Rogers Produce, Penny Wood, Huntsville Museum of Art, The Chris Shrader Band.  HAZ Berry's Pizza, Piggly Wiggly GUR Grissom High School Cheerleaders, Barnes and Noble Jones Valley, Rave Motion Pictures Jones Valley BAI Partners Branch
  21. 21. Systemwide Partnerships Cook’s Pest Control DJ Kandy/Your Perfect Party Early Works Hudson Alpha Institute of Biotechnology Insanity Skate Park Little Gym Mr. Waymon Krugh Magic Shows National Weather Service Nomadic Tapestry/Shahala Liz Butler Red Cross SARtec (Search and Rescue Dogs) Sci-Quest
  22. 22. Patron Comments about the entire program: “ I liked the different programs offered and I also like the fact that ALL AGES WERE INCLUDED THIS YEAR!.” “ YOU'VE DONE AN OUTSTANDING JOB!! PLEASE KEEP IT UP FOR 2011! ” “ Keep up the hard work - we SO appreciate all you do for the summer reading program .”
  23. 23. 2010 Adult Summer Reading Signups 577 167 106 68 52 52 47 21 18 17 16 13 Total sign-ups Main Circulation Bailey Cove Madison Monrovia Murphy New Hope Oscar Mason Gurley Russell Hazel Green Showers

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