WKHS Learning Commons Report

for November 2016

Numbers Snapshot....

In 18 school days in November


7,706 individual students visited the LC


and another 678 students visited with their class.
(World Language, English, Health & Wellness, & Social Studies)


An additional 772 individuals visited for events.
(Alive @ 25, WKHS Book Club, School Improvement Council,

Athletic Signings, Professional Development, WKHS Fishing Club, ,

Custodial Appreciation Luncheon, WKHS Leadership Team, ILT Committee,

Principal's Advisory, Disciplinary Literature Book Study,

Senior Project Presentations, LOCC, DECA, & WKWA)


An average of 466 students per day led to


867 total circulations, which breaks down to

...48 items/day

...6 items/hour

...every 10 minutes an item being checked out.

Highlight #1

Joining Our Space

A big welcome to Literacy Coach Rebecca Mills to the Learning Commons area! Rebecca was previously located in the 300 hall and now shares an office with Adina Wilson. Need a refresher of the rest of the wonderful resources housed in the LC? See below, but check out the Learning Commons website anytime to find names, phone extensions, and photos of the Learning Commons team.


Adina Wilson, Media Specialist

Jamie Powell, Instructional Resource Coach

Jan Fogle, Media Assistant

Janice Putman, iPad Help Desk

Josh Fulwood, Technician

Rebecca Mills, Literacy Coach

Sally Freeman, Media Assistant

Tiffany Miller, Digital Learning Coach

Highlight #2

Food for Fines...

Students with overdue fines could pay off up to $5.00 by donating canned goods for our Lexington Interfaith Community Services (LICS) food drive. Each donated item waived 50 cents. Students paid off a total of $15.00 in fines by donating items.

Feedback

Feedback is always welcomed and appreciated. We're always looking for ways to do what's best for our students, teachers, and staff.