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WestboroughHS Annual Report 2016-2017

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Westborough High School Library Learning Commons 
Annual Report 2016-2017 
Anita Cellucci, MEd LMS
 Library Teacher
Ms Cellucci worked with more than 700 students in classes and 29 teachers- many for multiple days to co-teach and assist with information literacy, digital literacy, reading, research and inquiry. Collaborations with 29 teachers to identify resources, plan and implement instruction as well as integrate technology in 9 subject areas.

Ms Cellucci also worked with many students for just in time instruction and independent instruction for literacy, research, inquiry and technology. 
Instruction and Collaborations
LITERACY 
RESEARCH 
INQUIRY TECH TOOLS 
GUIDED INQUIRY DESIGN Collaborations: 


Science
English
Psychology in Literature
AcademicSupport
History/Business
Computer Science


Professional Development: 
Taught 2 in house sessions for teachers 

Using Guided Inquiry Design to Enhance Student Learning 
For Teachers in Grade K-12 
6 Week - Face to Face  course 
INTER LIBRARY LOANS
TOTAL CIRCULATIONS
After School Visits 
Class Visits 
Collection SNAP SHOT 
221
11,343 
Individual Visits 
345
5,950
19,222
STUDENT INTERNS
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CLUBS 
POETRY POWER 
LIBRARY LISTENING LUNCHES The Library Listening Lunches are held on the first Friday of every month. Students sign up on the library website to perform. All students are invited to attend during their lunch block to hear music and poetry.
AWARDS and HONORS 
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Anita Cellucci is the Library Teacher at Westborough High School and  the Massachusetts School Library Association  Immediate Past President. Anita is the author of a chapter in the book Guided Inquiry Design in Action: High School: Using Inquiry Tools to Activate Reflection and Assess Student Learning.  She received  the 2016 School Library Journal and Scholastic School Librarian of the Year finalist award and the MSLA Service Award 2017.   

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPEMNT 
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