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Elementary & Middle School Annual Report

2013-14 Annual Report created by Rachel Klug in LiveBooklet for the Bruce-Guadelupe Elementary & Middle Schools (Milwaukee, WI). Permission granted by the author.

Elementary Annual Library Report

 

High School Annual Report

2014-15 Annual Report created in SlideShare by Karen Hornberger for the Palisades High School (Kintersville, PA).

 

High School Annual Report

Created by Joyce Valenza with Issuu for Springfield Township High School (Oreland, PA). Permission granted by the author.

 

Elementary School Annual Report

 Hills Elementary Library (Iowa City Community School District) 2014-2015 Annual Report created by Chelsea Sims in Animoto and shared on YouTube. Chelsea works at two schools. Her annual report for South East Junior High can be viewed here. The text that she refers to in the video is the Iowa State Dept. of Education's Vision for School Libraries. She also creates monthly newsletter for both the elementary and junior high schools.

Middle School Annual Reports/Infographic

Comment by Anne Bate, North Andover MS, who created the infographic annual report linked below: "My 2014-15 report was my first attempt at using an infographic format - I had used a powerpoint format for several years and a lengthier text (with graphs) format prior to that. Last spring I decided that most people were more interested in the big picture, and not all the details, and that an infographic was a great way to communicate the key points. After compiling my more detailed statistics, I had fun learning how to use Canva to create an infographic while working on the year's report and telling our story."

Middle School Annual Report in LibGuides

 

Articles in Library Journals

Locate these in your subscription databases, such as EBSCOhost:

Sims, Chelsea. "Communication Tools The School Library Newsletter." Teacher Librarian 43.4 (2016): 28-31. 

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