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October 2011 Monthly Report
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October 2011 Monthly Report

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  • 1. Boiling Springs High School Library Media Center October 2011 Monthly Report
  • 2. Boiling Springs High School Library Media Center National Art Honor Society Induction Ceremony On October 3rd, Mrs. Donnahoo and Mrs. October2011 Keith, sponsors of the NAHS, held the annual induction ceremony in the media center. After the ceremony, theLibrary Highlights students and teachers enjoyed refreshments. Bulldog Booklovers Club Meeting Oct. NAHS Induction Ceremony 17thTwenty-six students and two adults attended our third meeting this year. Members were reminded about the new READissance initiative (prize: Color Nook and B&N $50 gift card) and the titles for our next meeting were announced ( Divergent byVeronica Roth and Purple Heart by Patricia McCormick). We broke into two groups to discuss Once a Witch and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. ‘Tis the Season Fall? No, although it IS all about “turning leaves” (well, pages in books). October always brings with it classes doing research. Mrs. Hames, Mrs. Young, Mr. Turner, Mrs. Sater, Mrs. Dillard, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Broome, and Mr. Hauser all brought their students to the media center this month.
  • 3. Instructional Days Aug Sept OctInstructional Days 13 21 20# Days Library Open 13 21 20 Use of Physical Space Student Visits Aug Sept Oct Independent 798 2199 2002 With a class 2403 4347 4455 Totals 3201 6546 6457Class Visits to Library Class Visits to the Computer Rooms Aug Sept Oct Aug Sept OctEnglish 24 28 26 English 9 51 31Business Ed 1 2 1 Business Ed 4Fine Arts Fine Arts 1Foreign Language 2 3 2 Foreign Language 7 15 11Guidance 5 Home Arts 3 3Home Arts Guidance 31Math 3 Math 2 2Science 1 4 Science 8 19 17Social Studies 8 12 8 Social Studies 24 24 20Totals 39 45 46 Sp. Ed Totals 50 116 116
  • 4. Resource Analysis October 2011 Circulation 1000 916 800 600 400 266 246 152 175 137 200 68 43 53 2 1 16 30 27 1 18 18 0 Dewey Decimal and Collection CategoriesTotal Items Circulated Equipment Circulation Aug Sept Oct Aug Sept OctSophomores 432 890 728 Faculty 25 71 73Juniors 332 624 617 Student (computers) 151 738 724Seniors 260 502 424 Total 176 809 797Staff 64 266 164Totals 1088 2282 1933SC Streamline Usage Aug Sept OctLogins 27 51 31Videos/Segments Streamed or 92 251 119Downloaded

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