Chs fy13 q2


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Chs fy13 q2

  1. 1. S e c o nd Qua r te r , F Y 1 3 A t - A - Gla n c e N o v . , 2 0 1 2 — Ja n. , 2 0 1 3 C LARKSBURG M E DIA C E NTE R Media Specialist Roles: S N AC K S F O R S A L E !Teacher 55% The Media Center is nowInstructional Partner 15% selling snacks and drinks to 10% hungry staff and students!Information Specialist Proceeds will be used toProgram Administrator 15% fund special purchases by the Media Center, as wellTechnology duties 5% as books and activities for the CHS Book Club and the Black-eyed Susan reading incentive program.NoodleTools has two new fea- Our current selections in-tures this year. You can now clude trail mix, granolacreate a citation by: bars, gum, fruit chews,1. Copying and pasting a dried fruit, orange juice and citation that appears at water. Or stop by for a the end of an article; and steaming cup of coffee for2. Using a book’s ISBN. that extra “pick me up” inSee the Media Center staff for the morning! Before School ♦ During Lunch ♦ After Schoola quick demonstration!Did you know? During this quar- WHERE CHS LEARNS: WHERE CHS MEETS:ter: Instructional focuses for this quarter:  3 CHS Book Club meetings Kim Houser, Veronica Ward, and Pam Scott participated in  3 PTSA meetings the School Library Media Pro- Destiny Academic Reading  3 Booster Club meetings gram Professional Develop- Global Cultures Humanities  2 construction meetings ment Academy. They received training on Photostory, Web Social Issues English 11  Meet the Coaches 2.0 Tools, Collection Develop-  Information Technology Foundation PowerPoint ESOL Reading ment, and the Common Core Board meeting State Standards. Paul Ormsby hosted a session on trouble- shooting equipment problems. WHERE CHS READS: Media Center Student Usage Q2 492 Veronica, Kim, and Pam par-  2155 materials circulated to faculty ticipated in webinars focused and students for research, viewing, 5419 5993 on our new Destiny circulation and pleasure reading system  The CHS Book Club read The Life of Pam visited the Scholastic Pi by Yann Martel and Howl’s Moving 223 warehouse sale to purchase Castle by Diana Wynne Jones Before School During Classes Lunch After School bargain books for our media  146 materials were added to our center collection Individual student usage during the Second Quarter = 12,127 visits!