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End of the Year Report 2018-2019
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Stonestreet Library Media Center,End of the Year Report,2018-2019,The mission of the Stonestreet Elementary Library Media Center is to commit to educating and supporting the whole child; to provide an environment that is encouraging and inspiring to faculty, students and staff through training, providing a variety of up-to-date resources, and instilling a life-long love of reading.,Collection Analysis 2018-2019,The total number of records holding in the collection is 14,630. The total value of the collection is $170,767.29.The average age of the collection is 2001.Generalities 000: 2010 Philosophy 100: 2010 Religion 200: 1999 Social Sciences 300: 2001Language 400: 2000 Science and Math 500: 2009 Techology 600: 2010 Fine Arts 700: 2008Literature 800: 2000 Geography and History 900: 2002 Biography: 2003 Reference: 2000,Circulation Data:Total number of books checked out: 11,601An average of 26 books per studentOPAC Usage: 3,500,End of the Year Statistics,Media Center Information,The Library Media Center is open from 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.The Media Center operates on a fixed schedule. Students visit the LMC during their scheduled special area time which correlates to their teacher's planning period. Students participate in instruction and check-out during this 50 minute session.The LMC has one staff member, a Certified Library Media Specialist. Staff member Whitney Scott assists in the library for 1 hour per day. Ms. Charley Ray and her son Kirby volunteer for all book fairs. The Library also has 3 5th grade library aides that help gather and put away books each morning.,STEAM Topics covered in the Media CenterMakerspace Cart Writing, word tiles, poetry Fairytale STEAM Building Centers Igloos and Snowflakes MagnetsSpring/Plants Origami/How to DrawSeuss Cities Eric Carle Collage,Library Events and Programs:The Pulsera ProjectRead Across AmericaLouisville Free Public Library visitsScholastic Book FairsPastries with ParentsJournalism Club,The Stonestreet PTA and school administration recently purchased 20 iPads for the media center. With this technology, students will be able to use green screen technology, editing software, digital timelines, e-readers, coding and will participate in deeper learning opportunities.,Author studies, biography projects, mythology projects, animal projects, multi-cultural lessons, technology, STEAM, book genres, information literacy skills, such as learning about reference materials, the OPAC, online research, citing sources, and more...,What We Learn...,Technology...,I will integrate the use of iPads into library instruction to enhance deeper learning opportunities.I will weed the collection so that students have better access to relevant fiction and nonfiction.,Future Goals...,BudgetSummary,Books: 2,494.08 Supplies: 599.32Magazines: 500.00Total: 3,593.40 ,Follow the Stonestreet Library Media Centerhttps://jcpsky.libguides.com/stonestreetlibrary