Leading Beyond the Library 2017/18

NEISD Library Services

Library Services Annual Report

Annual Reports are useful in a variety of ways and the compiled information is meant to be shared with students, staff, and community. They can be used to highlight what is happening in the library, pinpoint programmatic strengths and areas for improvement, illustrate trends in circulation from year to year, and assist in goal setting.

DESTINY (August 28, 2017 - May 31, 2018)

Total Checkouts - 1,564,204


Top Two Readers at:

Elementary Schools: Bulverde Creek - Gael Garcia & Sofia Mercado, Camelot - Jarvin Turcios & Dominick Carrasco, Canyon Ridge - Antonio Guevara & Chloe Kim, Castle Hills - Adalyn Juettemeyer & Catherine Mclin, Cibolo Green - Riley Wibracht & Adrian Rodriguez, Clear Spring - Sophia Rodriguez & Brethany Duenas, Coker - Lincoln Owens & Andrew Alderman, Colonial Hills - Brandon Gonzalez Reyes & Daisy Delgado, Dellview - Avery Santellan & Sofia Fernandez, E Terrell Hills - Gregory Stokes & Marixsa Garcia, El Dorado - Julian Chavez & Josieh Paredes, Encino Park - Joshua SanMiguel & Rylan Turentine, Fox Run - Jayson Rodrigues & Kirshon Wilson, Hardy Oak - Elizabeth Mucci & Madeline Blackwell, Harmony Hills - Nathaniel Diaz & Kaia Pratt, Hidden Forest - Chloe Pocock & Zachary Miller, Huebner - Ariana Janak & Ella Costales, Jackson-Keller - Julissa Maciel Corona & Catherine Torres, Larkspur - Daniel alba & Dulce Rincon, Las Lomas - Katelyn Carnahan & Jayden Horace, Longs Creek - Gavin Finucane & Elliott Willis, Montgomery - Jamaal Allen & Sean Greene, Northern Hills - Elijah Sanchez & Levi Burnell, Northwood - Daniel Fernandez & Wayne Berry, Oak Grove - Leyla Fennell & Yesenia Barba, Oak Meadow - Jaxon Clerc & Owen Crace, Olmos - Giada Montana & Andrew Chavez, Redland - Andrew Moneer & Tryston Edwards, Regency Place - Henry Hernandez & Shane Hubbard, Ridgeview - Irvin Bedolla-Hernadez & Jade Garcia, Roan Forest - Nakia Hamilton & Shaudi Davis, Royal Ridge - Arleth Olivo & Micha Ella Niebres, Serna - Kloie Gutierrez & Evan Abel, Stahl - Julian Pino & Jordan Starr, Steubing Ranch - Antonio Perez-Jaramillo & Daniela Villarreal Gomez, Stone Oak - Saylor Peeples & Isabella Carrasco-Sotelo, Thousand Oaks - Elijah Halder & Zachary Wilson, Tuscany - Maxson Moreno & Andrew Knight, Vineyard - Juan Lozada & Savannah Salas, Walzem - Kiley Hernandez & Mia Mendez, West Avenue - Ambrey Rios & Xavier Rodriguez, Wetmore - Dane Teruya & Zara Ramirez, Wilderness Oak - Samuel Elliott & Cody Ragsdale, Wilshire - Estrella Cisneros-Bazan & Aubrey Johnson, Windcrest - Elliana Rivas & Deziree Ramirez, Woodstone - D'Yauni Howard & Teagan Huizar


Middle Schools: Bradley - Molly Dailey & Ayden Gregson, Bush - Isabelle Hernandez & Alexander Almaguer, Driscoll - Johnathan McCain & Jonathan Ruano, Eisenhower - Mercedez Ontiveros Little & Shelly Lasala, Garner - Raven Richardson & Lance Bocus, Harris - Trinity Castro & Nathaniel Means, Hill - Carter Woo & Genavieve Ward, Jackson - Kennedy Gonzales & Zaiden Rosas, Krueger - Joey Huerta & Ryne Gray, Lopez - Sean Monceaux & Kenya Duck, Nimitz - Zavier Parra & Johnny Johnston-Muniz, Tejeda - Wandy Li & Katherine Brann, Ed White - Ashley Head & Kay Veon Hale, Wood - Hailey Tate & Sabastian Zavala


High Schools: Churchill - Ximena Flores Lopez & Dorian Ibarra, Johnson - Christian Stice & Austin Farber, Lee - Matthew Goldstein & Zachariah Alaniz, MacArthur - Madison Falkner & Daveyon Carter, Madison - Eric Howlett & Miranda Lopez, Reagan - Shelbylyn Struxness & Taylor Elliott, Roosevelt - Adam Wright & Angelica Estrada

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Schools with Highest Print Circulation:

Elementary Schools: Steubing Ranch - 45,497 & Cibolo Green - 41,312

Middle Schools: Bush - 15,611 & Harris - 11,841

High Schools: Lee - 10,225 & Roosevelt - 7,484

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46,291 print books added to the collection in the 2017/18 school year

Hispanic boy holding stack of school books. Photography. Britannica ImageQuest, Encyclopædia Britannica, 25 May 2016.
quest.eb.com/search/154_2898307/1/154_2898307/cite. Accessed 4 Jun 2018.

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OVERDRIVE (August 28, 2017 - May 31, 2018)

115,947 Total Checkouts


Schools with Highest Digital Circulation


Elementary Schools: Stone Oak - 13,331, Larkspur, Las Lomas, Hidden Forest, Coker, Colonial, Oak Grove, Walzem, Steubing, Serna


Middle Schools: Krueger, Hill, Ed White, Bush, Eisenhower


High Schools: Roosevelt, Johnson


5,685 digital books added to OverDrive collection in 2017/18 school year


E-book reader. Photograph. Britannica ImageQuest, Encyclopædia Britannica, 31 Aug 2017.
quest.eb.com/search/132_1489108/1/132_1489108/cite. Accessed 4 Jun 2018.

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DIGITAL BADGES AWARDED

This school year our top two badge-earners are Yolanda Benavides with 12 badges and Regan Sanchez with 10 badges.

Library Services awards digital badges in recognition of professional learning. Digital badges provide an incentive for participating in new learning opportunities and encourage collaboration among NEISD educators.

COLLABORATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Breakout EDU for Teachers/Librarians - ESC-20 (with NISD Library Specialist)
  • Going Digital the Nonfiction Way - NEISD Tech Camp, ESC-20
  • Gale in Context & Adam Matthews Resources - ESC-20
  • Exploratory Learning + Literacy + TEKS for Elementary Librarians (with ITS Hargrove)
  • Literacy + iPad apps for Elementary Librarians (with ITS Hargrove)
  • Library Resources for Co-Teach classes
  • ELAR Resources - MS Specialists
  • Super Library Resources for Digital Learners - Instructional Technology Specialists, Instructional Coaches,
  • eBooks for Elementary ELAR Coaches
  • Connecting the Dots: Making a Meaningful Makerspace - ES Librarians, TCEA Conference (with ITS Hargrove & Nutt)
  • Library Digital Resources, Focus on Reading - Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, & 5th-grade PLCs for Action Research Campuses
  • Library Resources for ELL/Bilingual Students - Bilingual Coaches
  • Nonfiction Resources + OverDrive Wishlists - Instructional Intervention Teachers
  • American Symbols & Landmarks - A Guided Inquiry Research Unit for 2nd Grade

  • Equality for all Makers - TCEA Conference (with ITS Hargrove & Nutt)

  • Library Resources for All - Bilingual Parents

  • Secondary ELAR Digital Resources - English I & II teachers

  • Online and Library Resources to Continue Summer Learning - Parents

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LIBRARY ADVOCACY THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA

1,217 Twitter Followers

323 tweets this school year


Top Tweets by Month

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