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  • To: Mrs. Tami Flowers CC: Ms. Mary Anne Heim From: Ms. Melissa Lewis Monthly Report to Principal March 2010 Statistical Highlights Number of circulations: 5,048 Number of lost/damaged Items: 15 Dollar amount of lost/damaged items: $106.80 Average number of non-scheduled student visits per day: 22 Number of items added to the media center catalog: 47 General Highlights  Diane Shore’s author visit was a success. She spoke to all grade-levels and sold over fifty copies of her books, as well as handed out order forms to all teachers.  The 900 section of the collection was weeded. Over thirty texts were taken out of the collection due to publication date, damage, bias, and content not aligning to the Georgia Performance Standards.  A book order of $600 was placed for the 900 section to replenish the books that were weeded and fill in gaps found in the curriculum after a review of the Georgia Performance Standards.  Fulfilled a number of teacher requests including: o Books containing folk tales o Revolutionary War resources o CRCT instructional/practice materials and resources  Assisted all grade levels with signing up their classes for a free trial on the IXL math website.
  •  Distributed a reference wiki to grades 3-5 to act as a reference supplement for teachers and students.  Began re-modeling the media center website to include highlights from the 2009-2010 school year, as well as overall updated information. Future Plans  Collaborate with teachers on current units they are teaching in order to create lesson and resource lists to help in successful academic achievement of all students.  Implement several professional development units to teach how to use and create wiki’s within the classroom as an instructional and resource tool.  Re-arrange the non-fiction section to make it more user friendly for all students.