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3/21/2013 at 4:17:59 PM GMT
I'm the librarian at MRH Elementary and next year our library is going to serve a dual purpose,library and writing center.  Our building serves about 400 students in grades 2-6. Is there anyone out there in a similar situation?  If so, how do you manage the schedule?  Right now we follow a flexible schedule, but I'm not sure what that will look like with the new set up.  I would appreciate any suggestions. 

6/7/2014 at 1:51:50 PM GMT
I see 475 students each week for library skills and checkout. Each class is 55 minutes. This really doesn't give much time for flexibility especially since I lost my assistant 4 years ago. There are some gaps in my schedule that teachers are aware of. I am open 30 minutes before school also.
That's the best I can do. We are basically on a fixed schedule.

Julie A. Brown, MLS
Ferguson-Florissant School District
Wedgwood Elementary (550 students, K-6)

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