voting for the 2013-2014 Readers Award titles was held March 1, 2014 through March 20, 2014! (Extended due to the number of snow days many school districts have experienced. Thanks to all who submitted their votes! Winners will be announced at the 2014 MASL Spring Conference Readers Awards Banquet on Monday, April 14.
Who can cast a vote?
Any Missouri student is entitled to cast a vote for a Readers Award according to the procedures described on the official tally sheets. Tally sheets will be made available as the time draws closer. Students must read a minimum of the following to be able to vote for a Readers Award:
|Readers Award||Voting Criteria|
|Show Me||Must read at least 6 of the titles on the current Master List.|
|Mark Twain||Must read at least 4 of the titles on the current Master List.|
|Truman||Must read at least 4 of the titles on the current Master List.|
|Gateway||Must read at least 3 of the titles on the current Master List.|
How are student votes reported?
Step 1: Prepare Ballots for
You may use the ballots MASL has developed (see files at the bottom of this page) or you may design your own ballots.
Step 2: Let the Students Vote
student has one vote per ballot and may only submit one ballot per each award
category. A student may only cast a vote
for the awards if they have read at least the minimum number of titles on the
Step 3: Tally Up the Votes
Record the results of your school's ballot voting on the MASL voting
tally sheet for each award. These tally
sheets can be accessed via the files at the bottom of this page.
Step 4: Report the Votes Online
sheet data must be submitted via the Online Readers Award Voting form. Please note that the online form will not be activated until the voting period
begins. Votes will not be accepted if they are submitted via email, mail or fax.
Step 5: Wait for the Results!
will be announced at the Monday evening Readers Award Banquet at the April Spring Conference, so don’t forget to register to attend!
contact the MASL office with any questions at (573) 893-4155 or