Extractions: report card Background The NSLP was established in 1946 with the goal of reducing malnutrition caused by a shortage of food. The program now operates in nearly 100,000 schools and residential childcare institutions and serves almost 27 million lunches a day. Schools participating in the NSLP receive cash subsidies, donated commodities, and free bonus shipments for each meal served. In return, they must serve lunches that meet federal nutrition requirements, as well as offer free or reduced-price lunches to eligible children. In response to these serious health concerns, PCRM, a nonprofit organization that promotes preventive medicine through healthy nutrition, has encouraged lawmakers, the USDA, and school districts to achieve the PCRM Healthy School Lunch Campaign goal of assuring that foods served at school promote the health of all children.
W.K. Kellogg Foundation Media Center provide a SPARK to grantees in seven states and the district of columbia to unite Meet in Miami to Share Strategies for Improving Latino school Success 4/4 http://www.wkkf.org/MediaCenter.aspx
Extractions: BATTLE CREEK, Michigan, June 2, 2004 â The W.K. Kellogg Foundation announced today it will award $8 million in grants to foster entrepreneurship across rural America. Four grants of up to $2 million each will be awarded to four rural regional entrepreneurship development systems. Each will promote entrepreneurial activity in their region, produce entrepreneurial models for other communities, leverage significant investment, and stimulate national and state interest in rural entrepreneurship policies and strategies. Chefs Aâ Field honored with prestigious James Beard Foundation Award for âBest National Television Cooking Seriesâ
Media Resource Center For Last Acts Campaign Areas served by the PBC include district of columbia General Hospital and A Public Education Task Force will target clergy, school counselors, employee http://www.lastacts.org/scripts/la_mrc.exe?FNC=newsReleaseDetail__Ala_mrc_news_l
OnTarget Computer Lab, Library/media Center, Interactive Video Classrooms, MOLLI (MS Online Learning Institute), Other. columbia school district, 0%, 0%, 0%, 0%, 0%. http://reports.ms.ontargetus.com/distSum.asp?otid=4620&accDesc=COLUMBIA SCHOOL D
Georgia Library Media Association, Inc. district Nine, Tina Graham, Kaye Hlavaty. from West Bainbridge Elementary and Mary Beth Spivey from South columbia Elementary school for winning the http://www.glma-inc.org/awards_grants.htm
Extractions: 2004 Library Media Specialist of the Year application ( PDF application 2004 GLMA Mini Grant Application PDF application The Intellectual Freedom of Information Award recognizes, annually, the contributions of a school library media specialist who has affirmed in an active way the rights of students to information and ideas furthering the cause of intellectual and academic freedom. The application must be posted marked by September 4th, 2004. I nformation about the Award and the application Word Document PDF GLMA and GAIT co-sponsor the Georgia School Library Media Specialist of the Year award to recognize K-12 library media specialists whose services have resulted in exemplary library media programs. Each school system may select one libary media specialist for this award. From those chosen for the system level award, one media specialist is chosen as the district Library Media Specialist of the Year. (Each district represents a different region of Georgia.) The state Library Media Specialist of the Year will be announced on October 24, 2003 at the Georgia Council of Media Organizations (COMO) conference from the district winners.
Education Resources Index - Access Washington Christie McAuliffe Academy Chrysalis school Clover Park school district Colfax school district columbia River High school Commons media Center Connell High http://access.wa.gov/education/awk12.aspx
Extractions: December 1996 INTRODUCTION In the fall of the 1994-95 school year, the Missouri Association of School Librarians (MASL), with the support of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), conducted a two-part comprehensive survey designed primarily to develop a profile of the status of school library media centers in the state at that time. The first, a 29-item survey instrument, was sent to all school library media specialists (see Glossary ) in the state to determine the levels of services provided through the school library media centers. High service school library media centers were defined as those with scores included in the top 25% of three grade level categories: grades 6 and under, grades 7 and up, and K-12. The second questionnaire, designed to collect data relevant to resources was mailed to librarians in those "high service" media centers. Resources were categorized into collections, funding, personnel, and facilities. Returns from school library media specialists were analyzed based on the same three categories of grade levels served. The Standards for Missouri Library Media Centers (1997) replaces Media Standards for School Learning Resources Centers (1980). The revised standards are based on prevailing guidelines promoted in the literature, characteristics of educational and library media center environments prevalent in the state as reported by officials in the DESE and, to a limited extent, analysis of the data collected in the surveys.
Division Of School Improvement - Curriculum the Library media Center Standards and the Library media Center Standards Handbook Marilyn Stone, Chair columbia Public school district, Aileen Helmick http://www.dese.state.mo.us/divimprove/curriculum/library/
Extractions: Home Division of School Improvement Curriculum Curriculum SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA STANDARDS HANDBOOK Table of Contents Each document is available in A Note on Downloading PDF Files Message from DESE : This information was originally created as a print document. After it was created and given to DESE to disseminate, it was discovered the cost of printing and mailing was prohibitive. In an effort to disseminate the information. the document has been translated into HTML and PDF pages. In the original print format, there were several pages inserted (i.e. ALA, AASL, and DESE documents). It was not possible to "insert" those pages in the process of converting the file to pdf. I have included links to the appropriate Internet pages in the chapters having "insert" messages or place holder pages. Once you access the pdf. pages, you may search for specific information using the "find" command and print all or selected pages. I hope this information is useful to you in your professional life. CHAPTER I: PLANNING I. Introduction
Columbia High School Library - About Us columbia High school operates on a nine period day am until 213 pm The library media center is open provided by the East Greenbush school district, our school http://library.columbia.egcsd.org/aboutlib.htm
Extractions: Columbia High School Library Media Center CHS Library Home Columbia High School East Greenbush Central Schools About CHS Library Media Center Our Mission Staff Hours Collection ... Procedures Our Mission The mission of the school library media program is to "ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information." This mission is accomplished through the attainment of the following goals: provide intellectual and physical access to material in all formats provide instruction to foster competence and stimulate interest in reading, viewing and using information and ideas work with other educators to design learning strategies to meet the needs of individual students Adapted from Information Power: Guidelines for School Library Media Programs , American Library Association, 1998 Staff Ms. Bolton
Columbia High School Library Search the collections of columbia HS Library and all other East Greenbush school district libraries, Other Projects, About CHS Library media Center Staff, Hours http://library.columbia.egcsd.org/
Extractions: A WHITE HOUSE MILLENNIUM COUNCIL PROJECT The National Commission on Libraries and Information Science and Sister Cities International have embarked on a major initiative, Sister Libraries: A White House Millennium Council Project. The initial goal is for public and school libraries in the United States to pair with others worldwide, focusing on programs specifically planned for children and teenagers. Participating libraries, such as the ones listed here, receive recognition and designation as official White House Millennium Council Sister Libraries, but the project does not provide funds for staff, equipment or materials. Many Sister Libraries are in locations that are already affiliated through Sister Cities International, an organization for sister city, county and state programs in the United States. SCI is the official agency that links communities from the United States with communities worldwide. The Sister Library programs will do much to encourage multicultural exchange and broaden international understanding enabling young people to appreciate more fully their own place in, and impact on, the world of today and tomorrow! Martha Gould
School Libraries In Washington school Library Pages district Library Pages State Bellingham High school Library; columbia Elementary school Carl Cozier Elementary school Library media http://www.sldirectory.com/libsf/stpages/washingt.html
Extractions: School Library Pages in the United States School Libraries on the Web : Main Directory Directory of US Web Pages School District Libraries State Departments of Libraries ... Resources for Librarians School Library Pages District Library Pages State Library Pages Other Web Sites School Library Pages Blaine High School Library - Blaine Bothell High School Library Media Center - Bothell Skyview Junior High School Library - Bothell Camus High School Library Media Center - Camus Carnation Elementary School Learning Resource Center - Carnation Cashmere High School Library - Cashmere Cherry Valley Elementary School - Duvall Eastmont Junior High School Library Media Center - East Wenatchee Picnic Point Elementary School Library - Edmonds Morgan Middle School Library - Ellensburg Valley View Elementary School Library - Ellensburg Everett Central Elementary School Library - Ferndale Ferndale High School Library - Ferndale Skyline Elementary School Library - Ferndale
School Libraries In South Carolina West columbia; FairOak Elementary school Library/ media/Technology Center - Westminster; West-Oak High school media Center - Westminster. school district Library http://www.sldirectory.com/libsf/stpages/socarolina.html
Extractions: School Library Pages in the United States School Libraries on the Web : Main Directory Directory of US Web Pages School District Libraries State Departments of Libraries ... Resources for Librarians School Library Pages District Library Pages Resource Sharing Networks Other Web Sites School Library Pages Aiken High School Media Center - Aiken Lakeside Middle School Media Center - Anderson McCants Middle School Library - Anderson Westside High School Library Media Center - Anderson Beaufort Middle School Library Media Center - Beaufort McCrorey Liston Elementary School Media Center - Blair Cyril B. Busbee Middle School Library Media Center - Cayce Davis Elementary School Media Center - Cayce Central Elementary School Library - Central McCants Elementary School Media Center - Columbia Spring Valley High School Library Media Center - Columbia Wilson High School Media Center - Florence Gilbert High School Media Center - Gilbert Berea High School Media Services - Greenville Southside Middle School Media Center - Greenwood Blue Ridge Middle School Media Center - Greer Greer High School Media Center - Greer Belton-Honea Path High School Library Media Center - Honea Path Dutch Fork Elementary School Library Media Center - Irmo James B. Edwards Elementary School Media Center
Libweb - Libraries On The Web Washington, DC, district of columbia, USA; Vision Resource Center Library Grand Forks, ND, North Dakota, USA; Walter Johnson High school media Center Bethesda, MD http://netmirror.org/mirror/libweb-mirror/usa-special.html
Van Buren High School: Library/Media Center services are available in the library media center Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia, columbia American History Part of the Van Buren school district, Van Buren http://vbschools.k12.ar.us/vbhs/media.html
Extractions: Van Buren, AR 72956 The Library Media Center at Van Buren High School is centrally located and sports a Pointer Green color scheme. The Grace Barlow Scholastic Library is designed to meet the needs of the students and staff of Van Buren High School. The twelve station Research Center makes available a variety of research tools for the inquisitive mind: World Book online, Ebsco periodical database, word processing, Internet access, and much more. The library is accessible to students and staff before and after school while remaining open during the entire school day, Encore and both lunches.
MAME: Moving/Renovation A Library Ann Jaski. AJaski@berkley.k12.mi.us New media center fall 1997. columbia school district, Brooklyn and Cement City, MI. Contact Rhonella http://www.mame.gen.mi.us/resourc/moving.html
Alabama-District Of Columbia CALIFORNIA Fresno Unified school district Instructional media Center Ms. Karen Tozllan 3132 E. Fairmont Fresno, CA 93725 (209) 4413672. http://www.faa.gov/education/resource/faatc101.htm
Educational Service District 123 Curriculum Fiscal Safe Drug Free schools PET Nursing media Services Educational Asotin SD Clarkston school district College Place SD columbia SD Dayton http://www.esd123.wednet.edu/media/
Extractions: The research is clear: learning is enhanced by video, and other multimedia. Social situations, drama, music, art and science can all be depicted powerfully by multimedia. So, all students can share learning experiences regardless of geographic boundary, cultural diversity, reading level, or time constraints. ESD Media Center provides our member districts with a collection of over 9,000 titles in video, laserdisc, CD-ROM, DVD and multimedia kits to enhance lesson plans and aid in instruction, whether to address the needs of at risk students or to take full advantage of different learning styles. Booking and Delivery
Extractions: Synopsis for August 25, 2000 MMWR articles are embargoed until 4 p.m. E.S.T. Thursdays. State-Specific Cholesterol Screening Trends United States, 19911999 Trends in Cigarette Smoking Among High School Students United States, 19911999 Progress Toward Poliomyelitis Eradication Pakistan, 1999June 2000 Although significant progress has been made in lowering cholesterol levels since the mid-1980s, few states attained the year 2000 national health objective for cholesterol screening in 1999 according to data from a state-based national survey. The year 2000 objective aims to increase to 75% the proportion of US adults aged 20 years and older who have had their blood cholesterol checked within the preceding five years. Overall, slightly more than 70% of US adults were screened for high blood cholesterol in 1999. Only the District of Columbia and nine states attained the national objective for the year 2000. Also, in spite of reported increases in cholesterol screening in the late 1980s, decreases were observed in the percentage of adults screened in seven states between 1991 and 1999. Only the District of Columbia and seven states are projected to attain the year 2010 objective of 80% screened.