[library-media] Spend budgets now
mcgintyc at grandschools.org
Fri Jan 22 07:57:33 MST 2010
I second that one! I still had a budget before last year's legislative
session, and I lost it ALL when they cut education funding. The district
immediately froze my funds then used them for other school purchases.
Haven't really had a budget since. One thing I had already done, though,
was use one of those book subscription services, so I'm still getting a
few new books a month long after my money was cut off. Thank goodness
for that! I also paid in advance for as many periodicals as I could; not
only did two- and three-year renewals save me money per year, but I'm
still getting the newspapers and magazines for my students, even though
I don't have the money to spend. I'll have to deal with it when the
subscriptions run out, but at least it buys me a little time.
From: library-media-bounces at lists.uen.org
[mailto:library-media-bounces at lists.uen.org] On Behalf Of Sharyl Smith
Sent: Thursday, January 21, 2010 5:26 PM
To: library-media at lists.uen.org
Subject: [library-media] Spend budgets now
Just in case: Make thoughtful choices, but I suggest that you spend your
The Public Education Appropriations Joint Subcommittee today (Wednesday)
discussed the further cuts that must be made this year. I was very much
impressed with the thought that if you have money left in your budgets,
make purchasing a high priority.
Dr. Sharyl G. Smith
University of Washington Information School Faculty, retired
Former State Specialist for Library Media, USOE
sharylsmith at att.net
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