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Dec 2011 Monthly Report

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  1. Boiling Springs High School Library Media CenterDecember 2011 Monthly Report
  2. Boiling Springs High School Library Media Center December 2011 Highlights Senior Project Presentations, Dec. 5th – 6th READissance Luncheon. Dec. 9thOnce again Mrs. Broome’s English IV students presented During the fall semester of 2011, 155 studentstheir senior projects using Library Teaching Area One with participated in READissance. Forty-five students read 9the Promethean Board. Visitors were invited to judge the or more books and were invited to enjoy pizza, cake, andpresentations which covered a wide range of topics. Students socializing during lunch. Three coveted door prizes werewere well-prepared and all seemed to enjoy themselves. given away and the top readers for each grade level were recognized. End of Course Tests, Dec. 7th – 9thOnce again, the library’s computer rooms were used to Seniors Juniors Sophomoresadminister EOC tests. In preparation for the tests, Mrs. Bolt 1st place BrookeM Kayla D Aspen Dalso used the computer rooms to provide instructions forclasses taking the tests. 2nd place AmberB JosephK Leslie M Bullldog Booklovers Club Meeting, Dec. 8thTwenty-seven students and teachers gathered at 3:30 in the 3rd place Avery J LeannaW Andrew Plibrary to share books they would recommend other clubmembers read over the holiday break. January’s book clubpicks were announced and students got the opportunity tocheck out a new shipment of books.
  3. Use of Physical Space Month (days open) Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec (13) (21) (20) (19) (11.5)Student Visits Independent 798 2199 2002 2051 1678 With a class 2403 4347 4455 5238 2538 Totals 3201 6546 6457 7289 4216 Class Visits to Library Class Visits to Computer Rooms Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Aug Sept Oct Nov DecEnglish 24 28 26 43 7 English 9 51 31 47 7Business Ed 1 2 1 6 Business Ed 4 3 18 (EOCFine Arts 1 instr.)Foreign Lang 2 3 2 5 5 Fine Arts 1Guidance 5 Foreign Lang 7 15 11 30 1Home Arts Guidance 3 3 24Math 3 2 3 (EOC)Science 1 4 1 3 Home Arts 31 9Soc Studies 8 12 8 8 6 Math 2 2 2 1Totals 39 45 46 60 30 Science 8 19 17 21 9 Soc Studies 24 24 20 22 4 Totals 50 116 116 134 64
  4. Resource Usage Analysis December 2011 Circulation Circulation by Patron Types 600 551 500 10% 400 Soph 30% Jr 300 24% Sr 200 Faculty 94 100 47 3 0 14 10 6 9 11 0 10 17 2 3 4 8 0 36% B FIC VC DVD 0 YABA REF SC 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 Dewey Decimal and Collection Categories Equipment Circulation SC Streamline Usage Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Aug Sept Oct Nov DecFaculty 25 71 73 60 34 Logins 27 51 31 49 8Students 151 738 724 737 887 Videos/Segments 92 251 119 208 22(computers) Streamed or D/LTotals 176 809 797 797 921

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