WKHS Learning Commons Report
for October 2016
By the numbers....
In 18 school days in October
7400 individual students visited the LC
and another 645 students visited with their class.
(World Language, English, Health & Wellness, JROTC, Science, & Fine Arts)
An additional 466 individuals visited for events.
(Alive @ 25, WKHS Book Club, District ESOL teachers on collaboration day,
Professional Development, WKHS Fishing Club, Veterans Day Planning team,
District Media Specialists meeting, WKHS Leadership Team,
Italy trip informational meeting, Disciplinary Literature Book Study,
White Knoll Women's Ambassadors)
An average of 447 students per day led to
954 total circulations, which breaks down to
...6 1/2 items/hour
...every 9 1/2 minutes an item being checked out.
Teen Read Week (TRW) 2016 was officially held October 9-15, but we stretched it throughout the month. This year's theme corresponded with the South Carolina State Museum's "Wizard of Oz" theme.
Dorothy's house as in Oz
Students could follow and add to the 'Reading Brick Road'
- Make & Take! A paper rainbow
- What would you ask the Wizard for?
- Make & Take! A mini crown
- Table activity sheets
Fifteen students who completed the Lexington County Public Library and/or the Learning Commons summer reading challenge were recognized during Teen Read Week with a special treat.