Reminders from Jasmine
The early literacy manual is available on the website. You need to have an account for the website — if you don't, it's easy & there are no fees
Page 203 of the children's manual has an error — the "Where In Africa Is…" game: Zaire should be the Democratic Republic of Congo
The fonts used for the 2011 summer reading program are now available to download on the CSLP website. Simply log in, select the download section, scroll to fonts and you have access to the Youth, Teen and Adult program fonts.
- Greg Mortenson — Three Cups of Tea
- Central Asia Institute
- Toolkit includes
- Standards with rubrics & an assessment tool
- Printable advertising
- Customizable letters & press releases
- Children just collect pennies – that's all!
- Partner with a local bank & make a big deal out of the total with the head of the bank OR work with an armored car service & have the kids put the pennies in the truck.
CSLP annual meeting is in April
Let me know if you'd like to be on a committee — Children's manual, teen manual, adult manual, early literacy manual, vendor, PR/marketing
Summer reading program evaluation
- Only online
- Comes out in late August & runs until a week or so before the SDLA conference
- Must complete this on time & online to get your manual (also the annual report)
Upcoming slogans & themes:
- 2012: Dream Big — Read (children's), Own the Night (teen), Between the Covers (adult).
- 2013: Underground — theme only, slogan TBD at CSLP annual
- Coming soon: feedback for future themes — watch your email & the Cornerstone
- If you don't like the themes & slogans, you need to voice your opinion. I usually get very little feedback.
Children's Program (One World, Many Stories) theme art by Rafael López. Young Adult Program (You Are Here) theme art by Svetlana Chmakova.
2011 Collaborative Summer Library Program, www.cslpreads.org
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Voting is Open
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Schedule and Locations
Feb. 22: Pierre
Feb. 23: Huron
Feb. 24: Brookings
Feb. 25: Vermillion
Apr. 1: Spearfish