Author Archives: Kati Corbitt

Advocating Public Library Resources in Schools

With September as National Library Card sign up month, I like to send out an email to our teachers, students, and parents about all the neat resources our public libraries have. What other unique resources do your public libraries provide? September … Continue reading

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Author Visit: Tricia Springstubb

This National Library Week we were lucky enough to host two authors! Janet Stevens and Tricia Springstubb shared their talents with our Prime and Middle schools. I really enjoy coordinating programs that bring in people passionate about reading and creating … Continue reading

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Reading creates community

Sorry for the delayed posting; last week was Book Fair week! “She’s quiet, shy, and always has her nose in a book.” “She needs to connect with those around her.” “She isn’t learning how to navigate the real world.” “She … Continue reading

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#freedomforgirls: a Library and Dance collaboration

Something real is happening in our 6th-grade dance classes. Inspired by the hashtag #freedomforgirls and Beyonce’s Facebook post sharing Global Goals’ new music video to her own song “Freedom”, our girls have taken real-world issues and turned their paraphrased research into paraphrased … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of a Middle School Librarian

We all know that librarians wear many hats. For some this can be a bit confusing; however, I love all of the hats that I get to wear during a day in my library. 7:30AM: I start my morning in a “circulation” … Continue reading

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