[aisle] End of year collection - high school
Brucki.Patricia at district205.net
Tue Apr 21 15:51:47 CDT 2020
That sounds sensible...be sure to have plenty of post-it’s for names/I’d #’s, notes.
Thornwood High School
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On Apr 21, 2020, at 3:11 PM, Angela Pigoni via AISLE <aisle at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:
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I am hoping to gather some ideas from the experts regarding ideas or plans your schools have for collecting devices, textbooks, and library books. I am at a high school of 2200 students, most of whom have a few textbooks and potentially a Chromebook, WiFi Hotspot, and/or library books checked out. We are discussing how to collect materials, mainly from seniors or students who are moving out of district, at the end of this school year. My only idea so far is to have a drive-up collection in the parking lot. I would love to hear any ideas or plans you have!
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