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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 School Library Quarterly Report Books Circulated November 2014-January 2015:5,078 Top Titles: Chapter Books: Diary of a wimpy kid : dog days by Kinney, Jeff.My big fat zombie goldfish by O'Hara, MoDiary of a wimpy kid : hard luck by Kinney, JeffDiary of a wimpy kid : cabin fever by Kinney, Jeff Diary of a wimpy kid : the third wheel by Jeff Kinney E-Book Circulation, November 2014-January 2015 Number of titles currently checked out:1,881 Everybody Books: Pete the cat : I love my white shoes by Litwin, EricBark, George, by Feiffer, JulesBuzz Boy and Fly Guy by Arnold, TeddRicky Ricotta's mighty robot vs. the mutant mosquitoes from Mercury by Pilkey, DavPete the cat : rocking in my school shoes by Litwin, Eric Number of professional books circulated, November-January:1,144 659 2014 Fall Book Fair Profits 2013 Fall Book Fair Profits Number of Titles Currently Overdue:639 Instructional Technology Goals Number of Titles Lost in 2014:46 weekly average circulation: 508 927.30 1237.77 "Passive" Programming "Mystery Choice" book, "Island of Misfit" books, Library "Fortune Tellers" To promote alternative book choices. "Class of the Month" Recognition for class with highestaverage minutes reported Star Readers to promote library usage American Education Week Reading Tree to promote a reading community MINUTES READ: November: 166,176December: 203,408Monthly Goal: 118,800 Weekly computer skills classes for 1st and 4th grade to build students' familiarity with technology skills.Website training for specialists. 25 Helpdesk tickets submitted. Increase avergage weekly circulation to 2 books per student.Increase number of classes meeting monthly average reading goal of 400 minutes to 12.Increase book fair sales to match spring 2014 profit totals. Quarter 2 Goals: Quarter 3 Goals: Increase average weekly circulations to 500 books. Increase ebook usage to 200 per month. Increase number of classes averaging 400 reading minutes per student each month from 7 to 10. Promoting Reading $310.47 During the second quarter classes rotated through centers. Each week students explored science topics through eBooks, social studies topics through graphic novels, used Discovery Education to learn about the importance of internet safety, practiced library skills and using the library online catalog, responded to writing prompts, and read and discussed the North Carolina Children's Book Award Books. Library Classes
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