Library DataApril• Days Open – 16• Classes Served – 71• Student Visits – 603• Computer Users – 179• Checkouts – 1,142• eBooks Viewed – 106May• Days Open – 2• Classes Served – 71• Student Visits – 278• Computer Users – 87• Checkouts – 457• eBooks Viewed – 70Summer Reading Informationhttp://tinyurl.com/falconsread
Library DataBooks Checked Out by Grade Level – May/This Year6th Grade (249 Students) – 215/7,0987th Grade (301 Students) – 36/5,3458th Grade (242 Students) – 24/2,561All books were due by May 17th for inventory.Don’t forget you can still check out eBooks!Visit https://wbb05914.follettshelf.comor download the Follett Digital Reader App.Use your username and password from school!
Top Ten Readers2012-20131. J. Rivera – 7th Grade – 123 books2. L. Herrera – 6th Grade – 118 books3. M. McGee – 6th Grade – 96 books4. J. Montes – 6th Grade – 89 books5. P. Ramos – 6th Grade – 87 books6. T. Harris – 6th Grade – 85 books7. M. Ramos – 6th Grade – 85 books8. M. Massey – 6th Grade – 83 books9. Z. Massey – 6th Grade – 83 books10. N. Harris – 7th Grade – 82 books
May Library Roundup• Mr. Washington’s GT classes used computers to finishprojects.• Ms. Baggett’s health classes used computers to completeresearch.• Office Kane had a Law Enforcement Club meeting with aSWAT officer.• We had a Scholastic BOGO book fair, with studentsspending over $2,000 on books and goodies.• Mrs. Pecarina’s students used the library space, computers,and flip cameras to create song parodies.• Mrs. McManus participated in National Library LegislativeDays in Washington, DC and was able to join the “GotCaught Reading” field trip to Books-a-Million!