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Blog posts in School Libraries
My First Books is a Read to Me program that has been successfully implemented since 1997. Formerly titled "Read to Me First Book," this program strengthens partnerships between public libraries and local schools, preschools, Head Start sites, and child care providers.
By Stephanie Bailey-White, networking consultant
The Idaho Commission for Libraries (ICfL) has opportunities for elementary school library staff that we wanted to make sure you knew about.
The Idaho Commission for Libraries is thrilled to welcome Jeannie Standal as our new school library consultant. After earning a Master of Library Science from East Carolina University, Standal became the media coordinator for a middle school of 800 students in Rocky Mount, North Carolina.
Not ready for an MLS, but want to sharpen your skills and enhance your resume? The American Library Association's Library Support Staff Certification (LSSC) Program will be offering a series of three webinars about its LSSC program. The webinars are free, but the program
Registration is now open for the Elementary School Library
Summer Summit, sponsored by the Idaho Commission for Libraries’ Read to Me
program. The summit will be held July 16-18, 2013 at the Boise Nazareth Retreat
Dear Idaho Library Community:
The CSLP is proud to announce a new partnership opportunity! In response to members' feedback that there is a need to allow school and non-profit partners the opportunity to purchase materials to help promote the library's summer reading program, a limited selection will now be available for orders. Attached please find the 2013 School/Non-profit Partner catalog. Partners may call, fax or mail their orders in to Highsmith/Upstart; they will not be able to place the order online.
With the recent adoption of the new Idaho Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Standards and with research and media skills embedded into the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts, it is apparent that technology plays a vital supporting role in Idaho education.
A call for student entries
Letters About Literature (LAL), a national reading and writing promotion program of the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, invites readers in grades 4–10 to enter the 21st Annual LAL letter writing competition.