[aisle] remote student book pick up

Mrs. Brunner brunnerv at mtzschools.org
Wed Sep 16 08:26:43 CDT 2020

I put them in a ziplock bag with an index card on top that has their ID
number on it only, no name.  I leave the bags outside, under our canopy but
if they have not picked up by 3:00, they are brought in and put out again
the next day.  So far, so good.

Mrs. Brunner
Mt. Zion Jr. High Librarian
315 S. Henderson
Mt. Zion, IL 62549
brunnerv at mtzschools.org

*Be kind.  everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.*

*"If there are no dogs in Heaven, I want to go wherever they went." Will
Rogers *

On Wed, Sep 16, 2020 at 8:11 AM Patti Fleser via AISLE <
aisle at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:

> Hi All,
> We have a hybrid/in person schedule. However, some of our parents have
> chosen to keep their kids at home for remote learning. We're working on a
> way for students to pick up their books curbside. Right now, after students
> request their book, we've schedule an hour one day a week for parents to
> swing by and pick up the books. I've learned having only one set hour a
> week isn't  going to really work.
> I suppose we could add a second day with an afternoon time, and kids could
> choose which time is best. I don't want to put books in the office
> for parents to pick up; the office is busy enough. Putting the labeled
> books on a cart outside the entrance would be a possibility. But we run the
> risk of someone picking up the wrong books or anyone grabbing something off
> the cart. I know evening is probably easier for parents, but none of us can
> stay after school hours for this. And again, if we leave the cart outside
> in the evening, we run into the same issues as above.
> Any thoughts? How are you doing book pick up?
> Thanks!
> --
> Patti Fleser
> Library Media Specialist
> Deer Path Middle School
> Lake Forest, IL
> 847-604-7433
> @DPM_Library
> "...a library is more than a collection of dusty old books. It is a place
> to learn, explore, and grow!” *Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library*
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