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Here is my 2009 library funding presentation that I made to my PTA. I was able to increase PTA funding from $2800 to $8000!

Here is my 2009 library funding presentation that I made to my PTA. I was able to increase PTA funding from $2800 to $8000!

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  • ESCONDIDO LIBRARY FUNDING October 19, 2009
  • Escondido’s Library currently...
  • Escondido’s Library currently...Gets all of its funding from the Sponsor-a-Book Program
  • Escondido’s Library currently...Gets all of its funding from the Sponsor-a-Book Program Sponsor-a-Book Program Back by popular demand- the Sponsor-a-Book program! Last year hundreds books were sponsored by Escondido students! All interested families have the chance to pick books to sponsor! When you sponsor a book, your child will be invited to select a new book or an old favorite that has already been purchased by the library. We will paste a specially designed nameplate in the front of the book with your child’s name on it. Students check out their special books and return them to the library when they are finished reading them so other students can enjoy them for years to come. If you are interested in sponsoring a book, $15 (checks made out to Es condido Elementary ) will cover the cost of buying a brand new book for this special program designed for the participation of all interested Escondido students. Student’s Name: ________________________________________ Student’s Teacher: ______________________________________ Special Inscription (optional): ____________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------------------------- Name of book chosen (to be filled out by librarian): __________________________________date/initials_________ -Kristen Lee and Annette Hilton, Escondido’s librarians
  • Escondido’s Library currently...Gets all of its funding from the Sponsor-a-Book Program This book Sponsor-a-Book Program generously sponsored by Back by popular demand- the Sponsor-a-Book program! Last year hundreds books were sponsored by Escondido students! All interested families have the chance to pick books to sponsor! ____________________________________________________________ When you sponsor a book, your child will be invited to select a new book or an old favorite that has already been purchased by the library. We will paste a specially designed nameplate in the front of the book with your child’s name on it. Students _______________________________________________________ check out their special books and return them to the library when they are finished reading them so other students can enjoy them for years to come. property of If you are interested in sponsoring a book, $15 (checks made out to Es condido Elementary ) will cover the cost of buying a brand new book for this special program designed for the participation of all interested Escondido students. Student’s Name: ________________________________________ Student’s Teacher: ______________________________________ Special Inscription (optional): This book ____________________________________________________ -------------------------------------------------------------------- generously sponsored by Name of book chosen (to be filled out by librarian): __________________________________date/initials_________ ____________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ -Kristen Lee and Annette Hilton, Escondido’s librarians property of
  • Escondido is the only library in the district that has to...
  • Escondido is the only library in the district that has to...Use its funds to purchase both Spanish and English books in equal $ amounts
  • Escondido is the only library in the district that has to...Use its funds to purchase both Spanish and English books in equal $ amountsNational library spending per pupil is $11/ student. Escondido is currently spending (based on $2800 raised thus far)...
  • Escondido is the only library in the district that has to...Use its funds to purchase both Spanish and English books in equal $ amountsNational library spending per pupil is $11/ student. Escondido is currently spending (based on $2800 raised thus far)... $5.23/student (or approximately 1/3 book/student)
  • School comparisons
  • School comparisonsSchool 1: $20,000 from PTA this year (usuallyits around $10,000)
  • School comparisonsSchool 1: $20,000 from PTA this year (usually School 2: $10,000 for books from PTA + $3500 fromits around $10,000) PTA for other items (items bought included a $900 book binding machine and a $900 document camera). Total: $13,500 (last year)
  • School comparisonsSchool 1: $20,000 from PTA this year (usually School 2: $10,000 for books from PTA + $3500 fromits around $10,000) PTA for other items (items bought included a $900 book binding machine and a $900 document camera). Total:School 3: $10,000 for books from $13,500 (last year)Sponsor-a-Book funds (last year)
  • School comparisonsSchool 1: $20,000 from PTA this year (usually School 2: $10,000 for books from PTA + $3500 fromits around $10,000) PTA for other items (items bought included a $900 book binding machine and a $900 document camera). Total:School 3: $10,000 for books from $13,500 (last year)Sponsor-a-Book funds (last year) School 4: $6500 from PTA and additional funding of $2500 thus far from Adopt-a-Book (last year it was $5000 from the PTA and Adopt-a-Book raised an additional $3530). Total: $8000 (this year)
  • School comparisonsSchool 1: $20,000 from PTA this year (usually School 2: $10,000 for books from PTA + $3500 fromits around $10,000) PTA for other items (items bought included a $900 book binding machine and a $900 document camera). Total:School 3: $10,000 for books from $13,500 (last year)Sponsor-a-Book funds (last year) School 4: $6500 from PTA and additional fundingSchool 5: $3500-4000 for books + $1900 Sponsor a of $2500 thus far from Adopt-a-Book (last year itBook + all book fair profits (200 books from the was $5000 from the PTA and Adopt-a-Book raisedbook fair and $2000 profit ): total $7400-7900 (last an additional $3530). Total: $8000 (this year)year)
  • School comparisonsSchool 1: $20,000 from PTA this year (usually School 2: $10,000 for books from PTA + $3500 fromits around $10,000) PTA for other items (items bought included a $900 book binding machine and a $900 document camera). Total:School 3: $10,000 for books from $13,500 (last year)Sponsor-a-Book funds (last year) School 4: $6500 from PTA and additional fundingSchool 5: $3500-4000 for books + $1900 Sponsor a of $2500 thus far from Adopt-a-Book (last year itBook + all book fair profits (200 books from the was $5000 from the PTA and Adopt-a-Book raisedbook fair and $2000 profit ): total $7400-7900 (last an additional $3530). Total: $8000 (this year)year) School 6: $6000 to be used for books as well as library needs, all coming from "support the library" donations from the “One Check Form” (this year)
  • School comparisonsSchool 1: $20,000 from PTA this year (usually School 2: $10,000 for books from PTA + $3500 fromits around $10,000) PTA for other items (items bought included a $900 book binding machine and a $900 document camera). Total:School 3: $10,000 for books from $13,500 (last year)Sponsor-a-Book funds (last year) School 4: $6500 from PTA and additional fundingSchool 5: $3500-4000 for books + $1900 Sponsor a of $2500 thus far from Adopt-a-Book (last year itBook + all book fair profits (200 books from the was $5000 from the PTA and Adopt-a-Book raisedbook fair and $2000 profit ): total $7400-7900 (last an additional $3530). Total: $8000 (this year)year) School 6: $6000 to be used for books as well asSchool 7: $6000 from the PTA for library library needs, all coming from "support thebooks. It’s a line item in the budget each year. library" donations from the “One Check Form” (this year)
  • School comparisonsSchool 1: $20,000 from PTA this year (usually School 2: $10,000 for books from PTA + $3500 fromits around $10,000) PTA for other items (items bought included a $900 book binding machine and a $900 document camera). Total:School 3: $10,000 for books from $13,500 (last year)Sponsor-a-Book funds (last year) School 4: $6500 from PTA and additional fundingSchool 5: $3500-4000 for books + $1900 Sponsor a of $2500 thus far from Adopt-a-Book (last year itBook + all book fair profits (200 books from the was $5000 from the PTA and Adopt-a-Book raisedbook fair and $2000 profit ): total $7400-7900 (last an additional $3530). Total: $8000 (this year)year) School 6: $6000 to be used for books as well asSchool 7: $6000 from the PTA for library library needs, all coming from "support thebooks. It’s a line item in the budget each year. library" donations from the “One Check Form” (this year) School 8: $2,000 from PTA plus $1,100 from Adopt a Book. Total: $3100 (this year)
  • School comparisonsSchool 1: $20,000 from PTA this year (usually School 2: $10,000 for books from PTA + $3500 fromits around $10,000) PTA for other items (items bought included a $900 book binding machine and a $900 document camera). Total:School 3: $10,000 for books from $13,500 (last year)Sponsor-a-Book funds (last year) School 4: $6500 from PTA and additional fundingSchool 5: $3500-4000 for books + $1900 Sponsor a of $2500 thus far from Adopt-a-Book (last year itBook + all book fair profits (200 books from the was $5000 from the PTA and Adopt-a-Book raisedbook fair and $2000 profit ): total $7400-7900 (last an additional $3530). Total: $8000 (this year)year) School 6: $6000 to be used for books as well asSchool 7: $6000 from the PTA for library library needs, all coming from "support thebooks. It’s a line item in the budget each year. library" donations from the “One Check Form” (this year)School 9: $1000 from PTA and $2000 from School 8: $2,000 from PTA plus $1,100anonymous donor who donates every year. Total: from Adopt a Book. Total: $3100 (this year)$3000 (this year)
  • School comparisonsSchool 1: $20,000 from PTA this year (usually School 2: $10,000 for books from PTA + $3500 fromits around $10,000) PTA for other items (items bought included a $900 book binding machine and a $900 document camera). Total:School 3: $10,000 for books from $13,500 (last year)Sponsor-a-Book funds (last year) School 4: $6500 from PTA and additional fundingSchool 5: $3500-4000 for books + $1900 Sponsor a of $2500 thus far from Adopt-a-Book (last year itBook + all book fair profits (200 books from the was $5000 from the PTA and Adopt-a-Book raisedbook fair and $2000 profit ): total $7400-7900 (last an additional $3530). Total: $8000 (this year)year) School 6: $6000 to be used for books as well asSchool 7: $6000 from the PTA for library library needs, all coming from "support thebooks. It’s a line item in the budget each year. library" donations from the “One Check Form” (this year)School 9: $1000 from PTA and $2000 from School 8: $2,000 from PTA plus $1,100anonymous donor who donates every year. Total: from Adopt a Book. Total: $3100 (this year)$3000 (this year) Escondido: $3800 solely from Sponsor-a-Book last year, to be divided into Spanish and English. As of 10/1/09, we have raised $2800
  • School comparisonsSchool 1: $20,000 from PTA this year (usually School 2: $10,000 for books from PTA + $3500 fromits around $10,000) PTA for other items (items bought included a $900 book binding machine and a $900 document camera). Total:School 3: $10,000 for books from $13,500 (last year)Sponsor-a-Book funds (last year) School 4: $6500 from PTA and additional fundingSchool 5: $3500-4000 for books + $1900 Sponsor a of $2500 thus far from Adopt-a-Book (last year itBook + all book fair profits (200 books from the was $5000 from the PTA and Adopt-a-Book raisedbook fair and $2000 profit ): total $7400-7900 (last an additional $3530). Total: $8000 (this year)year) School 6: $6000 to be used for books as well asSchool 7: $6000 from the PTA for library library needs, all coming from "support thebooks. It’s a line item in the budget each year. library" donations from the “One Check Form” (this year)School 9: $1000 from PTA and $2000 from School 8: $2,000 from PTA plus $1,100anonymous donor who donates every year. Total: from Adopt a Book. Total: $3100 (this year)$3000 (this year) Escondido: $3800 solely from Sponsor-a-Book last year, to be divided into Spanish and English. As of 10/1/09, we have raised $2800 School 11: $1000 PTA + $1500 from Adopt-a-Book. Total: $2500 (last year)
  • School comparisonsSchool 1: $20,000 from PTA this year (usually School 2: $10,000 for books from PTA + $3500 fromits around $10,000) PTA for other items (items bought included a $900 book binding machine and a $900 document camera). Total:School 3: $10,000 for books from $13,500 (last year)Sponsor-a-Book funds (last year) School 4: $6500 from PTA and additional fundingSchool 5: $3500-4000 for books + $1900 Sponsor a of $2500 thus far from Adopt-a-Book (last year itBook + all book fair profits (200 books from the was $5000 from the PTA and Adopt-a-Book raisedbook fair and $2000 profit ): total $7400-7900 (last an additional $3530). Total: $8000 (this year)year) School 6: $6000 to be used for books as well asSchool 7: $6000 from the PTA for library library needs, all coming from "support thebooks. It’s a line item in the budget each year. library" donations from the “One Check Form” (this year)School 9: $1000 from PTA and $2000 from School 8: $2,000 from PTA plus $1,100anonymous donor who donates every year. Total: from Adopt a Book. Total: $3100 (this year)$3000 (this year) Escondido: $3800 solely from Sponsor-a-Book last year, to be divided into Spanish and English. As of 10/1/09, we have raised $2800 School 11: $1000 PTA + $1500 from Adopt-a-Book. Total: $2500 (last year) Only school missing from the above information is Walter Hays. Average library budget in PAUSD is $7527
  • How aged is our collection?003-007    Systems Data/Computer Programs   (100.00%)320-329           Political Science               (80.00%)361-369           Social Problems and Services            (94.87%)370-379           Education        (90.48%)           380-389           Commerce, Communications and Transportation             (86.11%)520-529           Astronomy and Allied Sciences            (83.89%)570-579           Life Sciences/Biology                   (87.25%)610-619           Medical Sciences/Medicine               (96.27%)910-919           Geography, Maps, Atlases                    (84.85%)
  • Kristen’s Suggestions1. $4000/year of Sponsor-a-Book funding will be used for fiction andEnjoyable titles.Kristen will publicize Sponsor-a-Book requests frequently during the year toraise awareness and hopefully raise funding to $4000. If $4000 is not raised,small amount of profit from the book fair is contributed to library funds to raisetotal to $4000. Kristen will support book fair sales through promotion in library.2. $3000-4000 in library funding be put in the PTA budget each year as aline item to update the non-fiction collection.A possible five year plan follows:Year 1: Everyday Math + FOSS science booksYear 2: Dewey 000-299Year 3: Dewey 300-599Year 4: Dewey 600-799Year 5: Dewey 800-999
  • The Library in 2009 is the place where...
  • The Library in 2009 is the place where...Students learn how to access online databases to read books in Spanish and English.
  • The Library in 2009 is the place where...Students learn how to access online databases to read books in Spanish and English.
  • The Library in 2009 is the place where...Students learn how to access online databases to read books in Spanish and English.
  • The Library in 2009 is the place where...Students learn how to access online databases to read books in Spanish and English.Groups of students participate in collaborative units in science and social studiesusing print as well as online resources.
  • The Library in 2009 is the place where...Students learn how to access online databases to read books in Spanish and English.Groups of students participate in collaborative units in science and social studiesusing print as well as online resources.
  • The Library in 2009 is the place where...Students learn how to access online databases to read books in Spanish and English.Groups of students participate in collaborative units in science and social studiesusing print as well as online resources.
  • The Library in 2009 is the place where...Students learn how to access online databases to read books in Spanish and English.Groups of students participate in collaborative units in science and social studiesusing print as well as online resources. Students meet real-life authors who get them excited about reading and writing.
  • The Library in 2009 is the place where...Students learn how to access online databases to read books in Spanish and English.Groups of students participate in collaborative units in science and social studiesusing print as well as online resources. Students meet real-life authors who get them excited about reading and writing.
  • The Library in 2009 is the place where...Students learn how to access online databases to read books in Spanish and English.Groups of students participate in collaborative units in science and social studiesusing print as well as online resources. Students meet real-life authors who get them excited about reading and writing.
  • The Library in 2009 is the place where...Students learn how to access online databases to read books in Spanish and English.Groups of students participate in collaborative units in science and social studiesusing print as well as online resources. Students meet real-life authors who get them excited about reading and writing. Students learn how to find information for their classroom assignments.