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    • KMS Library Monthly Report February 2014
    • Class Visits Teachers bring classes to search for independent reading books, conduct research, or use the library computers for instruction. Individual Student Visits Students come on their own to select independent reading books or use the computer for class work. Use of physical space 90 7
    • Use of resources Fiction 175 Non- fiction 144 Mags 9 LibGuides 109 views Videos 8
    • Use of resources comparison
    • ● Provided print and audiovisual resources about reproduction for grade 8 science ● Provided print resources about medieval life for grade 7 social studies ● Created LibGuide of electronic resources about medieval life for grade 7 social studies ● Assisted in selection of group read-aloud for grade 7 Boost ● Provided print resources about ancient Greece for grade 6 social studies Collaborations
    • ● Open Library on Tuesdays until 3 p.m. ● Genre-fication update: Mystery fiction is finished! ● Rhode Island Teen Book Award 2014: Students in Rhode Island voted for their favorite book from the nominated list. See the nominations on our Pinterest page. Library Projects
    • Rhode Island Teen Book Award 2014 bulletin board display.
    • “There is no such thing as a child who hates to read; there are only children who have not found the right book.” - Frank Serafini Kelly Metzger, Librarian metzgerk@bw.k12.ri.us