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  • 1. Boiling Springs High School Library Media CenterNovember 2010 Monthly Report 26384251739084<br />Boiling Springs High School Library Media Center<br />November 2010<br />Library Highlights<br />
    • Tech ‘n Treat (Nov. 1st) Mrs. Bullington and Mr. Campbell provided staff development that included refreshments and six stations: SC Streamline, Flip Video Camera, Digital Cameras, Destiny Catalog, Playaways, and Free Web 2.0 Tools. Feedback from the 41 participants was positive.
    • 2. Veteran’s Day Reception (Nov. 11th)
    • 3. After the Veteran’s Day Assembly, Mrs. Meeks and Mrs. Atkins hosted a reception for our visitors. Mrs. Meeks had the World War II Traveling Trunk Show memorabilia displayed and a video featuring Upstate Veterans playing on the Promethean Board
    • 4. World War II Traveling Trunk Show (No. 16th and 17th) We helped Mrs. Meeks set up three areas for U.S. History and other interested classes to learn more about WWII: memorabilia in Teaching Area One, the Upstate Veterans video in Computer Room Two, and newsreel footage of the war in Teaching Area Two
    • 5. Bulldog Booklovers Club Meeting (Nov. 18th) The club met to discuss two books: Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater and Something Wicked by Alan Gratz. We were joined by Susan Wetter, the Young Adult Librarian from the Spartanburg County Public Library system who shared what the public library offers in the way of services and programs to teens.
    • 6. Wofford College Guest Speaker (Nov. 23rd) Mrs. Menzer arranged for a BSHS graduate who now works in the recruiting office for Wofford to come and address the SAT, ACT, and AP Statistics classes concerning things they need to be doing to prepare for college.
    Instructional Days<br />AugSeptOctNovTotalsInstructional Days1221201871# Days Library Open921171461<br />Use of Physical Space<br />Student Visits<br />AugSeptOctNovTotalsIndependent5511923186419036241With a class 145544823080451713,534Totals200664054944642019,775<br />Class Visits to Library<br />AugSeptOctNovTotalsEnglish14272545111Business EdFine ArtsForeign Language1111417Home ArtsMath22Science63413Social Studies622129Totals15503176172<br />Class Visits to the Computer Rooms<br />AugSeptOctNovTotalsEnglish101884379Business Ed41822Fine Arts66Foreign Language1632171479Home Arts44210Guidance45211Math516Science826141967Social Studies83925880Sp. Ed426Totals4212790107366<br />Resource Analysis<br />Total Items Circulated<br />AugSeptOctNovTotals Sophomores2168526397471707Juniors1775204324471129Seniors1414374764961054Staff172164116145452Totals7061973166318354342<br /> <br />Equipment Circulation<br />AugSeptOctNovTotalsFaculty44131160128463Student (computers)1195205746051818Total1636517347332281<br />SC Streamline Usage<br />AugSeptOctNovTotalsLogins324555136268Videos/Segments Streamed or Downloaded 4884173172477<br />