Blog posts in School Libraries

Read Long & Prosper (for teens)


I’m pleased to announce “Read Long & Prosper” is the winning slogan for key-chain id wallets. Thanks to all 37 folks who voted. Here’s the breakdown—Read Long & Prosper, 16; Library: The Final Frontier, 7; Book-Obsessed, 5; and Need to Read, 9.

Summer Brain Drain?

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We are Teachers provides great resources for both public and school librarians. Here are their recommendations that can give you ideas to help parents prevent summer brain drain!

Partnership ideas & more:

School Librarians...drop in

21 Cyber Summit on 21st Century Skills

...for an hour or more on this web conference on 21st Century Skills,* June 1-12.
If you missed one, link to the archives.

Get The Scoop!

The new issue of ICFL's free youth services e-newsletter is on-line now. In this issue: Summer reading news and resources, funding opportunities, award-winning books, current and upcoming events, and more!
The Scoop, May 8, 2009

    School Librarians! The winner is...

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    …Marjean Rogstead! Come on down!

    Marjean is a librarian aide at Spirit Lake Elementary. She won $500 in books for her library from Titlewave, generously donated by Follett Library Resources.

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    Middle & High School Librarians: Treat Yourself!

    And apply today to attend the March 8, 9 & 10 in-service designed for you and your key-players. Like last year, the in-service will focus on your critical contributions to student achievement in the context of 21st Century Skills.

    Go ahead and dare to dream of the luxuries waiting for you in Idaho Falls...