School Library Month

April 2015

What is School Library Month?

School Library Month (SLM) is the American Association of School Librarians' (AASL) celebration of school librarians and their programs. Every April school librarians are encouraged to create activities to help their school and local community celebrate the essential role that strong school library programs play in transforming learning.

The 2015 celebration marks the 30th anniversary of School Library Month! The first national observance kicked off with a ceremony on the west steps of the U.S. Capitol on April 1, 1985, and its theme was Where Learning Never Ends: The School Library Media Center. Honoring the anniversary, the 2015 theme isYour School Library Where Learning Never Ends. More about the history of School Library Month.


Currently in Library Skills...

Kindergarten: Giant Footprint Class Book

1st Grade: Augmented Reality (Chromville)

2nd Grade: Makerspace Challenge

3rd Grade: 21st Century Skills Assessment

4th Grade: Finishing/Presenting Wisconsin research projects

5th Grade: Finishing Big6 research projects (Aurasma, Prezi, etc.)

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2015 Spokesperson - Julianne Moore

“School libraries make a difference,” said Moore. “I moved around a lot as a young child, and the first place I would visit in a new place was the school library. The librarians guided me, encouraged me, and set the stage for my lifelong love of reading. As educators, school librarians have a tremendous impact on our students’ personal and intellectual growth. School libraries foster creativity, innovation, play, and experimentation and offer a nurturing, and safe place for children to learn. I have a lot of love for librarians.”
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