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2012-2013 Annual Report

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Annual Report
The Harry Kizirian School is an urban public elementary school in Providence, RI, with a population of 600+ mostly Latino students. About 20% of the population is ESL. The median income of the neighborhood around the school is $24,000, but only about half the student population is from the immediate area.

The school library is large and includes a computer lab. The book collection was well maintained in the 1990s, but fell into disrepair during the early 2000s, when the library was inconsistently staffed by a professional librarian. The annual library budget has been $1,000 since 2003.
Harry Kizirian School Library
What does the librarian do?
LIBRARIAN'S SCHEDULE
16% Open library
2013
22% Open library
2012
Add New Books
Circulate Books
Submit Work Orders
2012
2013
17,576
19,361
456
526
19
49
How is the Library Used?
Only 2% of books are checked out by
teachers, and less than 1/3 of teachers check out books from the library more than once a year.
Most Popular Genres
98% of books are checked out by students
State of the Collection
Average
Age
Books
Weeded
Books
Added
8,101
Number of Titles
18
Years
Old
Books
Lost
526
1,185
94
Kizirian: $5021.88
National Average: $8827.84
spent on
$
Computers Available
52
37
State of Technology
Computers Needed
LOCATION OF COMPUTERS
Classrooms
Library
Mobile
Offices
PARCC Prep.
1.2
Hours/week
If we give all students equal access to the library computers, everyone will get