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Library Statistics

Print Circulation Statistics

Year

Annual Circulation

02 - 03

5043

03 - 04

7113

04 - 05

6549

05 - 06

7620

06 - 07

8126

Internal Checkouts

(Books reserved & used by classes)

Year Class Visits Resources Used
05-06

456

5,764

06-07

589

7,017

07-08

355 *

3,002 *

* total for 5 months

Library Web Page Visits

Month / Year

Visits / Hits

12/06

2,209

01/07

3,446

02/07

3,078

03/07

5,488

04/07

8,361

05/07

13,296

06/07

15,728

07/07

6,285

08/07

8,168

09/07

11,746

10/07

12,640

11/07

10,146

12/07

9,614

1/08

14,943

2/08

13,046

3/08

11,006

Top 10 Library Pages Visited
Aug. 20, 2007 - Feb. 15, 2008

Library Home

21,901

Early Man & Native Amer. 8,726
Language Arts 6,713
Colonial WebQuest 4,537
Science 2,082
Ancient Civilizations 2,000
African-Amer. History 1,906

US History 1500-1860

1,343
US History 1860-1970 1,188
Bibliography Help 1,068

Library Program

In an effort to increase student and staff use of the library’s resources and facility, we have worked diligently to create a dynamic and relevant library program for students and staff. To that end, a number of policies, procedures and programs have been instituted. These include:

  • writing a collection development plan that serves as our Strategic Plan
  • weeding the collection of outdated, biased and non-circulating resources
  • Partnering with teachers and students to purchase new and relevant print and digital resources
  • developing a dynamic and interactive web portal with hundreds of online resources
  • integrating an Information Skills Scope & Sequence into the US and MS curriculum
  • sponsoring and promoting literary events throughout the year such as the Annual Book Fair, a Poetry Slam contest, Author and Illustrator visits, the countywide, “One Book/One Marin” community read, grade level book clubs, etc.
  • designing and building a Library Technology Center for class demonstrations and tutorials
  • promoting reading and literacy throughout the grades by liberalizing circulation and renewal procedures, highlighting great ‘reads’ from various genres, specific authors, and new additions to the collection
  • connecting the resources of the library with the classroom curricula and the experience of our students in their community and the world.

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