[library-media] Spend budgets now
kirsten.weber at sevier.k12.ut.us
Fri Jan 22 09:07:50 MST 2010
I'm not sure what newspapers you use, but The Tribune and Deseret News
give us 10 free copies every day as part of the Newspapers in
Education program. We have teachers that use the extra copies and we
also allow students to take free copies. It has saved us several
hundred dollars a year. I don't get the weekend papers, but when
students or faculty ask about them I steer them to the free digital
versions available through Pioneer Library.
Our local newspaper also gives us a free subscription.
Richfield High School
510 W. Wildcat Way
Richfield, UT 84701
On Jan 22, 2010, at 7:57 AM, Caryn McGinty wrote:
> 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 budgets immediately.
> 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
> library-media mailing list
> library-media at lists.uen.org
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