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January 2011 Monthly Report

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  • 1. Boiling Springs High School Library Media CenterJanuary 2011 Monthly Report 26384251739084<br />Boiling Springs High School Library Media Center<br />January 2011<br />Library Highlights<br />
    • Library Orientation for English II Classes Nine English II classes visited the media center to participate in orientation. Mrs. Bullington and Mr. Campbell introduced library procedures and resources. Students then participated in a Scavenger Hunt using both print and online resources.
    • 2. Booktalks Mrs. Bullington presented booktalks to the students in 12 English classes during January. Booktalks are basically advertisements for books. Mrs. Bullington shares just enough information to entice readers to try particular books. She has also begun adding a book trailer to booktalking sessions to appeal to visual learners.
    • 3. Guest Speaker On Tuesday, January 18th, former BSHS principal Gerald Moore spoke with US History classes to share his expertise on the American Revolution. His presentation included an in-depth focus on local battles and war heroes.
    • 4. READissance Luncheon On Thursday, Jan. 27th, the media center honored first semester READissance participants with a Chick-Fil-A luncheon. Sixty-three students met the program’s requirements and enjoyed a time of food and fellowship. Top readers in each grade level were recognized and rewarded while who participated had the chance to win one of nine door prizes.
    • 5. Exclusive Book Preview for Bulldog Booklovers We continued our tradition by sponsoring the book preview for book club members before school on Jan. 28th.
    Instructional Days<br />1st semJanTotalsInstructional Days83.51497.5# Days Library Open73.51487.5<br />Use of Physical Space<br />Student Visits<br />1st semJanTotalsIndependent793913809319With a class 15,244309618,340Totals23,18327,659<br />Class Visits to Library<br />1st semJanTotalsEnglish12036156Business Ed33Fine ArtsForeign Language2424Home ArtsMath22Science13922Social Studies3434Totals19645241<br />Class Visits to the Computer Rooms<br />1st semJanTotalsEnglish8120101Business Ed3535Fine Arts617Foreign Language9427121Home Arts10414Guidance11516Math66Science76783Social Studies89897Sp. Ed66Totals41472486<br />Resource Analysis<br />Total Items Circulated<br />1st semJanTotals Sophomores22357572992Juniors15394261965Seniors14632631726Staff572105677Totals580915517360<br /> <br />Equipment Circulation<br />1st semJanTotalsFaculty54852600Student (computers)25902542844Total31383063444<br />SC Streamline Usage<br />1st semJanTotalsLogins29165356Videos/Segments Streamed or Downloaded 551184735<br />

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