Blog Posts by staci.shaw

Idaho's New Afterschool Network

We are excited to announce the establishment of the Idaho Afterschool Network (IAN), a statewide network of out-of-school and summer program providers. After eight years, thanks to the vision and

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Call for Ideas: CSLP Slogans 2017 and Theme 2018

Submit by
January 23, 2015

The CSLP is soliciting ideas from public libraries for:

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Evaluating Your Summer Reading Program

Outputs such as circulation, attendance at programs, or number of participants can tell you how much your program was utilized, but those numbers do not tell you how well your program worked.

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Adult Manual 2016: Call for Ideas

Theme:  Wellness, Fitness, Sports
Slogan:
  Exercise Your Mind – Read
Deadline:
 Friday, November 23, 2014

Send to:
Rhonda K. Gould, editor
rhondakgould@gmail.com

812 North Steele Street
Tacoma, WA  98406

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Teen Manual for 2016: Call for Ideas

If you have ideas for programs, displays, or other teen activities relating to fitness/exercise/wellness, click here to see what the committee is looking for. Submissions are due by October 31.

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Orientation Sessions for Read to Me Outreach Programs

If your library has been accepted to participate in any of the following outreach programs, or if you are interested in learning more about any of these programs, we ask that you attend an orientation session:

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"Get Caught Reading" Contest Winners

In the May issue of The Scoop we celebrated Get Caught Reading Month by asking Idaho library staff to submit the titles they were "caught" reading or listening to in May. We drew three names from those submissions to receive a prize. Congratulations to the following folks:

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Favorite Literary Couples of 2013

The following was published in February's issue of The Scoop...

My First Books Applications for 2014-2015 Available Now

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.